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Thanks! Also when I looked every artist represented in my library was, by default, already followed. So people with huge a playlist of artists won't be faced with the tedium of manually selecting them for following.
Did you check your song count? They might not be lost (certainly none of mine were and they vastly outnumbered my digital buys) but simply listed in some other tab? There's still a "song" tab, they just moved it into the groupings list alongside artists, albums, songs, Music videos, genres, Composers and compilations.
ALL my ripped albums and created playlists are right where I want them on my iPhone 6 Plus. I updated my home computer to the new Mac OS which included the new iTunes, then synced my iPhone, backed it up, updated it and pop! Everything was right there!  Slick and easy as usual.
Music has an offline option, so you can download in WiFi zones and listen later.
That's not the "final" ruling unless they decline to appeal: that was a three judge panel, a subset of the full appellate court. They can appeal for a full court hearing.
I've already, in the couple of weeks I've had it, whacked my watch into door jams way too many times to count (once every couple of days I seem to cut that corner just a bit too close...). Not a mark on it so I, for one, am going to stay pleased with the more scratch resistant Sapphire I seem to need!   Haven't noticed any readability issues. People's ITRW mileage varies I assume.
Some states already ban biology so I expect you're right.
But state contract law, being "law" comes under the 14th Amendment, which is federal and which was applied by the Supreme Court majority to this ruling.
But there's all the contractual responsibilities and restrictions that the government mediates in regard to marriage.
^worth repeating^
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