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July 29, 1987
New pit bull terriers may not be brought into Santa Clara County and pit bull puppies must be removed from the county after 12 weeks under an ordinance passed by the Board of Supervisors reacting to the fatal mauling of a 2 1/2-year-old boy and other vicious dog attacks. The measure classifies "potentially dangerous dogs" and "dangerous dogs" and requires each of the latter--including every pit bull--to be registered for an annual $100 fee and to be kept in a secure enclosure.
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November 25, 1987
An ordinance that prohibits discrimination against people with AIDS or related conditions was approved by the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors. The measure, which is similar to ones passed in San Francisco, Los Angeles and several other California cities and counties, was drafted by a county task force on acquired immune deficiency syndrome and was unanimously approved by the supervisors.
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