Plaintiffs filed suit challenging New York City’s “Sourcing Law,” which requires that pet shops sell only animals acquired from breeders holding a Class A license issued under the federal Animal Welfare Act (AWA), 7 U.S.C. 2131 et seq. Plaintiffs also challenged the “Spay/Neuter Law,” which requires that pet shops sterilize each animal before releasing it to a consumer.
BY MARCIA COYLE
Major technology companies and other businesses, warning of the negative business consequences of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling against a transgender boy’s sex discrimination claim, on Thursday stepped into a simmering controversy that pits them against the Trump administration.
- Companies back transgender rights in U.S. Supreme Court fight (thegazette.com)
- Transgender and Gender-Fluid Teens Face More Mental, Physical Abuse (medindia.net)
U.S. Supreme Court clerk Scott Harris has informed three groups that the caption on their amicus briefs should refer to a transgender teen with a masculine pronoun.
- As Supreme Court case nears, tech takes a stand for transgender rights (feedproxy.google.com)
As of March 2, 2017, Dropbox Pro is being renamed “Dropbox Plus.” Other than the name change there are no changes to the plan or its pricing.
If you’re a Dropbox Pro user, you’ll begin to see this name change in March, 2017. And you will only see this name from Dropbox in the future.