Opponents of changes to York dog laws against specific breeds such as pit bulls hold protest signs Tuesday at York City Council meeting.
Opponents of changes to York dog laws against specific breeds such as pit bulls hold protest signs Tuesday at York City Council meeting. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com
Opponents of changes to York dog laws against specific breeds such as pit bulls hold protest signs Tuesday at York City Council meeting. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com

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