Rally to protest proposed ban on pit bull dogs

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A rally against the possible ban of pit bull dogs in Vancouver will be Wednesday.

Two Vancouver city council members said last week that they would be willing to discuss a possible ban on the breed. The ban was proposed by a resident after a 9-year-old boy was attacked May 23 by three pit bulls. The city council has not set a date on the discussion.

The rally will be 6:30 p.m. at Mill Plain Boulevard and Chkalov Drive, with adults, children and those with friendly pit bulls meeting in the parking lot of Fred Meyer.

For more information, contact Cash Frackiewicz at 360-281-0656.