San Fran Suit Against Bully Mandatory Spay/Neuter Thrown Out
According to the San Francisco Chronicle,
“A federal judge has dismissed most of a lawsuit challenging San Francisco’s ordinance that requires sterilization of pit bulls, but kept alive a claim on behalf of disabled people who need the dogs to help them get around.”
The viable part of the lawsuit that alleged that San Francisco’s mandatory “pitbull” spay/neuter ordinance violated the Americans With Disabilities Act for those who have bully service dogs was later also dismissed.
Read the entire San Francisco Chronicle article here.
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