In January, after Aurora City Council voted to toss out its prohibition on ownership of the most common pit bull breeds, resident Matt Snider put forward an intent-to-sue document, under the theory that the action essentially invalidated a 2014 public vote on the issue. Back then, Aurorans who cast ballots stood behind the city’s pit bull ban by around a 2-1 margin.
Now Snider has formally sued the city over the issue, and he’s got some powerful legal help on his side. The lead attorney behind the complaint is Scott Gessler, former Colorado secretary of state and recent candidate to head the…
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