The fur industry’s legal claws could come out if San Francisco follows through on its plan to ban fur sales in the city.

In an emailed statement Friday, the interest group Fur Information Council of America said it was prepared to initiate litigation against the city as early as Jan. 1 of next year, when San Francisco’s ordinance banning fur sales is set to kick in.

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