The following states and communities have passed BSL (breed-specific legislation):

ALABAMA
Clay (motion filed not to enforce; expected to be repealed), Fayette, Gadsden, Gardendale, Gurley, Irondale, Lannett, Midfield, Orange Beach

ARKANSAS
Batesville, De Queen, DeWitt, Fort Smith, Gosnell, Lake City, Maumell, McGehee, Mt. Home, North Little Rock, Piggot, Prescott, Russellville, Sherwood, Siloam Springs, Trumann

CALIFORNIA
Fontana, Gilroy, Lake County, Lancaster, Manteca, Naval Base Ventura Count, Point Mugu Huenem, Ripon, San Bernardino County, Santa Monica, Sonoma County, Yucaipa

COLORADO
Aurora, Castle Rock, Commerce City, Denver, Fort Lupton, Lone Tree, Louisville, Northglenn, Wellington

CONNECTICUT
Wethersfield

DELAWARE
Wilmington

FLORIDA
Coral Springs, Dade County/North Miami, Sunrise, Tamarac

GEORGIA
College Park ("pit bull," Doberman, Rottweiler, German shepherd), Dawson, DeKalb County (repealed May 2012), Fitzgerald, Floyd County, LaGrange, Lawrenceville, Terrell County

IDAHO
Kellog, Payette

ILLINOIS
Beach Park, Buffalo Grove, Cahokia, Cairo, Central City, Chester, Cicero, Dixon, Effingham, Elmwood, Galena, Gillespie, Greenville, Johnston City, Lombard, Markham, Maryville, Morris (repealed April 2012), Morrison, Mt. Olive, Mulberry Grove, North Chicago, Northlake, Oden, Peru, Rock Falls, Salem, Sandover, Silvis, Sparta, Stone Park, Streator (repealed 4/10), Westfield, Wheeling, Wilsonville

INDIANA
Fowler, Gary, Indianapolis, Lake Station, Mishawaka, South Bend, St Joseph County, Walkerton, Williamsport, Winchester

IOWA
Atkins, Alburnett, Altoona, Anamosa, Armstrong, Baldwin, Belle Plaine, Benton County, Blairstown, Buffalo Center, Clarence, Conrad, Council Bluffs, Coutier, Carter Lake, Dallas Center, Dakota City, Des Moines, Dexter, Donellson, Dumont, Durant, Fairfax, Fairfield, Forest City, Garrison, Hiawatha (repealed), Hopkinton, Keystone, Lake Mills, Lockridge, Logan, Luzernne, Marble Rock, Miles, Mt. Auburn, Mt. Pleasant, Monticello, Muscatine, Newhall, Norway, Olin, Ottumwa, Oxford Junction, Palo, Pocohontas, Rake, Rockwell, Scarville, Shellsburg, Sigourney, Sioux City, Thompson, Urbana, Van Horne, Vinton, Walford, Wapello, *Washington, Watkins, Wilton, Winterset, Winthrop

KANSAS
Augusta, Arkansas City, Basehor (repealed Nov. 2013), Bonner Springs (repealed Jan. 2014), Cheney, Cherokee County, Inman, De Soto, Dodge City, El Dorado, Ellinwood, Fairway, Fort Smith, Fredonia, Garden City (repealed Feb. 2014), Garnett, Hays, Hesston, Holcomb, Jackson County, Junction City, Kansas City, Kingman, Leawood, Leavenworth, Liberal, Linwood, Lola, Maize, Manhatten, Marysville, Mission Hills, Nickerson, Overland Park, Park City, Pittsburg, Prairie Village, Pratt, Preston, Salina, Seward County, Shawnee County, St. John, Sterling, Tonganoxie, Topeka (repealed Oct. 2010), Turon, Ulyssas, Wichita, Wilson, Wyandotte County

KENTUCKY
Auburn, Bracken County, Corinth, Covington, Erlanger, Elsmere, Fort Campbell, Fort Thomas, Franklin, Ludlow, Mayfield, Newport, Park Hills, Southgate, Walton, Webster County

LOUISIANA
Baldwin, Lake Arthur, Lincoln Parish, Luling, Morgan City, Patterson, Plaquemines Parish, St. Mary Parish, Welsh

MARYLAND
Hagerstown, North Beach (repealed July 2012), Prince George County, Ridgely

MASSACHUSETTS
Abington, Amesbury, Boston, Brockton, Fall River, Haverhill, Holyoke, Lowell, Lynn, Medway, Methuen, New Bedford, Rockport, Tauton, Worcester

MICHIGAN
Allen Park (repealed June 2012), Alma, Bay County (repealed July 2011), Canton (repealed Jan. 2014), Center Line, Claybanks Township, Crystal City, Dearborn Heights, Ecorse, Evart Township, Grosse Point Woods, Hastings, Hazel Park, Hudsonville, Melvindale, Milford, Mount Clemens (repealed Feb. 2012), Muskegon, Niles, Oxford Township, Pontiac, Ramsey, Saginaw, Southgate, Springfield, Sylvan Lake, Warren, Waterford, Westland (repealed 2/09), Ypsilanti Twp

MISSISSIPPI
Aberdeen, Brandon, Cleveland, Clinton, Flowood, Greenville, Horn Lake, Indianola, Macon, Morton, New Albany, Overland, Rankin County, Richland, Ridgeland, Tupelo, Union, Verona, West Point

MISSOURI
Airport Drive, Black Jack, Booneville, Butler, Calverton, Camdenton, Carl Junction, Cameron, Center, Chillicothe, Clayton (repealed Feb. 2014), Fayette, Fenton, Ferguson, Florissant, Grandby, Grandview, Greenwood, Hallsville, Hazelwood, Kansas City, Kearney, Kirksville, Liberty, Macon, New Florence, New Franklin, Oak Grove, Overland (repealed), Pagerdale, Pilot Grove,Poplar Bluff, Salisbury, Senath, Shrewsbury, Springfield, Sugar Creek, Town and Country (repealed August 2012), Troy, University City, Vinita Park, Webb City, Wentzville (repealed March 2012), Woodson Terrace

MONTANA
Ekalaka, Libby

NEBRASKA
Blair, Friend, Omaha, Osceola, Rushville

NEW JERSEY
Atlantic City, Clifton, Englewood, Fort Dix, Highland Park, Millville, West New York

NEW MEXICO
Elephant Butte, Kirtland Air Force Base, Tijeras

NEW YORK
Binghamton (restricts ROTTWEILERS), Fort Drum, Hudson, Jamestown, Larchmont, Maybrook, Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, Newburgh, N. Hempstead, Rockville Centre (repealed July 2010), Sand Point, Village of Haverstraw, Village of Hemstead, Yonkers

NORTH CAROLINA
Camp Lejeune, Edenton

NORTH DAKOTA
Bismark, Kildeer, Minot, Velva

OHIO
THE STATE OF OHIO HAS DECLARED ALL PIT BULLS DANGEROUS (repealed February 2012)
Akron, Amsterdam, Athens, Barnhill, Bay Village (repealed May 2012), Bellevue, Bexley, Brook Park, Cambridge, Celina, Cincinnati (repealed May 2012), Cleveland (repealed June 2011), E. Cleveland, Defiance, East Cleveland, Fairborn, Fairfield, Franklin County, Gallipolis, Geneva-On-The-Lake (repealed May 2012), Girard, Golf Manor, Heath, Highland Heights, Lakewood, Louisville, Lowell, Lucas County, Ludlow Falls, Mansfield, Mayfield, Mentor on the Lake, Miami County, Middlefield, Mt. Vernon, Napoleon, New Albany, Newark, North Perry, North Royalton (repealed June 2012), Norwalk, Orrville (repealed Dec. 2012), Oxford, Painesville (repealed June 2012), Parma, Perrysburg, Powell, Richmond Heights, Shadyside, Shaker Heights, Silver Lake, S. Euclid, Southpoint, Springboro, St. Marys, Strongsville (repealed June 2012), Toledo (repealed Oct. 2010), Uhrichsville, Warrensville Hts, Washington Court House, Whitehall, Wickliffe, Wooster, Yellow Springs, Xenia

OKLAHOMA
Del City, Eufaula, Midwest City (overturned by Oklahoma Court of Appeals in 2009 and Supreme Court in 2011), Quenton

OREGON
Malheur County, Malin

PENNSYLVANIA
Bradford (repealed Jan. 2014), Clairton, Elizabeth, Port Vue

RHODE ISLAND
Pawtucket, Providence

SOUTH CAROLINA
Columbia, Dillon, Travelers Rest

SOUTH DAKOTA
Chamberlain, Mobridge, Oacoma, Sissenton, Tea

TENNESSEE
Hornbeak, Jackson, Milan, Shelbyville, Smyrna, South Pittsburg, Sparta, Springfield, Watertown

TEXAS
Fort Bliss, Fort Hood, Kyle, Neillsville, Terrell

UTAH
Morgan County (repealed Oct. 2011), North Salt Lake, Preston, Smithfield, South Jordan, Springville

VIRGINIA
Richmond

WASHINGTON
Buckley, Enunclaw, Everett, Inland, Issaquah Highland Subdivision, Kennewick, King County, Kirkland (repealed 2/08), Moses Lake (repealed Oct. 2011), Moxee, Neah Bay, Oak Harbor, Pasco, Prosser, Quincy, Richland, Royal City, Sunnyside, Toppenosh, Yakima

WEST VIRGINIA
Putnam County (repealed May 2010)

WISCONSIN
Dunn, East Troy Lake, Fox Lake, Hewitt, Milwaukee, Niagara, Nellisville, Oconto, Randolph, South Milwaukee, Waterloo (repealed Jan. 2014) Watertown (repealed Sept. 2013), Waunakee (repealed Nov. 2013)