OLYMPIA Wash. Dallas and the state of Washington are following Florida’s lead in seeking to loosen regulations that prohibit consumers from bringing their dogs to restaurants. Dallas’ City Council voted 8-5 Wednesday to allow local restaurants to apply for a variance from a state law that bars pooches from sitting with their masters in outdoor dining areas, according to news reports.  The dogs would still not be permitted to enter the building, however, even to pass through on their ...

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