Tips on Public Accommodation of Service and Emotional Support Animals

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Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits disability discrimination in places of public accommodation, which include businesses that are open to the public—like shopping malls, restaurants, movie theaters, medical offices, and recreational facilities. As a result, the entities are required to modify any practices, procedures, and policies that infringe on disabled individuals’ rights in certain circumstances.

Service animal and emotional support animal accommodations have become an issue for businesses—and the media—as an increasing number of individuals have begun using the animals. With that in mind, below is an analysis of the ADA public accommodation requirements for

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