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A bill designed to take the tag of "inherently dangerous" from around the neck of pit bull type dogs in Maryland failed to make it off the House floor - but it didn't go quietly.
When Maryland lawmakers want to make their votes count, they wait on one man in the House of Delegates: C. Rhoades Whitehill.
Opponents of Maryland's newly passed gun legislation are gauging interest in trying to uproot the bill by petitioning it get it on the ballot, giving voters a chance to reject it next year.
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