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One Million Pibble March, Sept. 17, 2013

Rebecca Corry & The One Million Pibble March

September 17, 2013

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Rebecca CorryAttorney Fred Kray and the PBLNR crew are joined by writer, actress, comedian, and Pit Bull activist Rebecca Corry. Rebecca describes how she became aware of the issues facing Pit Bulls and Pit Bull owners after adopting Angel. She was moved to begin the comedy benefit, Stand Up for Pits. She also reveals how a picture of Angel in front of the White House inspired the One Million Pibble March on Washington, D.C., and talks about how much work goes in to setting up a march in D.C. The March is slated for May 3, 2014.

In PBLN Radio's newest segment, "Taking Care of Business," we learn about what might be the most outlandish Pit Bull ban in the country. A town in Illinois has a Pit Bull ban that is only enforced when a resident makes a complaint. When the police department receive a complaint, officers go to the owner of the alleged Pit Bull and inform him or her that if the dog is not gone in 20 days, the police will take the dog. The police don't even make a show of verifying that the dog in question is a Pit Bull. What's an owner to do?

Learn more: Huffington Post on Rebecca Corry's One Million Pibble March | Stand Up for Pits

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