Dog in front of rainbow wall

If a law doesn't make sense, it's probably a bad law

The dictionary defines prejudice as “an adverse judgment or opinion formed beforehand or without knowledge or examination of the facts.” When prejudice is widespread, it suggests a prevailing environment of fear and ignorance. Institutionalized prejudice with regard to people is illegal. Isn’t it strange then that a law that is so obviously based on a prejudicial judgment of dogs assessed on their appearance has managed to remain on the books in Ohio? In Ohio, any short-coated, muscular