New York City could soon be a fur-less metropolis if Council Speaker Corey Johnson (D-Manhattan) has his way.
Johnson, who represents the garment district and also is eyeing a run for mayor, has introduced legislation that would ban the sale of fur apparel in New York City.
The fur ban — co-sponsored by Councilman Mark Levine (D-Manhattan) and Fernando Cabrera (D-Bronx) — is slated to be introduced at the council’s general meeting on Thursday.
The proposed local law would prohibit “the sale of fur apparel.”
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