Clay Alabama officials have agreed, under the advice of their attorney and under the threat of a lawsuit, to not enforce their breed ban.
An injunction and lawsuit alleging many constitutional violations was filed on July 30th. The first hearing was set for the 19th of August. This hearing has been postponed pending an agreement that was struck between the lawyers representing both sides.
In the agreement, the city of Clay has agreed to not enforce their ban and to make arrangements to meet the concerns addressed in the lawsuit. A time frame for action to be taken has been set for September 15th. A status report must be given by that date.
From the Clay agreement, “the parties are in agreement to Work cooperatively in an effort to reach a mutually satisfactory resolution to the claim involved herein.”
This means that both the city officials and…
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