Doping Dilemma 

The city of Tucson may put the squeeze on a doc's greyhound antics

Greyhound racing inhabits a hermitic little world on South Fourth Avenue—one of chain link, barbed wire and sulking security guards. Now that domain could get even smaller, as the Tucson City Council mulls a ban on the doping of racing dogs within…

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