A bill that would require pit bull owners to carry liability insurance appears to have stalled in the state legislature.
The proposal calls for owners of vicious dogs to carry $25,000 dollars in liability insurance.
An amendment to the bill says that any breed "commonly known as a pit bull" is automatically considered a vicious dog.
A house subcommittee was scheduled to discuss the measure Wednesday, but they took it off the committee's calendar.
Opponents of the bill say that effectively kills it for this legislative session.