Disabled Woman Faces Discrimination Over Dog: What Would You Do?

In the News: Many people with physical and cognitive disabilities depend on service animals to perform daily tasks and take them wherever they go. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, public businesses and organizations are required to allow a disabled person with a service dog into their facilities. However, not all public places have complied with this law. Last year, a North Carolina shop owner refused to let a five-year old girl with Cerebral Palsy bring her service dog into his store...Full Story
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