Alexandria recently decided to join Virginia’s “dangerous dogs” registry, a statewide list that gives information on any dogs that have bitten people or other animals. Supporters say it’s an important public safety measure. But others question whether the list violates the privacy of owners. Join Kojo as we explore the emotionally-charged debate.


  • Justin Wilson Alexandria City Councilman
  • Elaine Lidholm Director of Communication, Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

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