Breed-Specific Legislation Map
This map gives you a comprehensive look at breed-specific legislation across the United States.
How to use the map:
- This map contains data points for locations that currently have breed-specific legislation, have repealed BSL, rejected BSL, or have a statewide preemption against BSL.
- Data is clustered in pie charts by location. Zoom in or click on a pie chart to uncluster the data.
- Click on an individual pin to view detailed information about that location’s BSL history.
- Use the map legend on the left to filter the data points based current BSL outcome.
- Use the search function to quickly find details about a location.
Visit Justice for Bullies to view a map of BSL in Canada.
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