Posted by Tom Pyle on June 28, 2018 05:09:13The state of California has enacted a law that will allow people to post on Craigslist advertisements that are specifically designed to lure prospective customers.
According to a report by The San Francisco Chronicle, California Governor Jerry Brown signed the legislation into law in April.
The law requires Craigslist to keep a log of all listings and provide information about the people who are looking for pets.
It also requires a business owner to provide the state with a copy of all receipts that were received from potential clients.
Craigslist will also have to provide information on the type of dog the person is interested in.
CraigsList said the new law is expected to have a “significant impact” on the marketplace for pets, which are now a popular part of the lives of many Californians.
California is one of the few states in the country that doesn’t have a law on the books that requires a pet-adoption center to be licensed.