The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) enacted a Fair Housing Act (FHA) that covers BOTH service and emotional support animals, but NOT therapy animals. 309 more words
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ONLY service animals as defined by the ADA are granted public access rights. Businesses have the right to permit other animals entrance (ex. Petco, PetSmart, Home Depot) but also then have the right to ask for the removal of non-service animals from the premise. 28 more words
Each state also has further laws governing service animals IN ADDITION to the Federal ADA. These laws vary in scope, breadth, and subject, so it is important to know the laws for the state you reside/practice in and it is important for handler’s to know the laws before they take their animal across state lines. 210 more words
Only service dogs and service miniature horses are covered under titles II and III of the ADA. These animals must be ‘ individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities’. 566 more words
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 was designed to eliminate sex discrimination in schools and education programs.
Many people associate Title IX with female athletes, because of the great strides made toward gender equity in athletic opportunities in schools since its passed into law, and with the anti-campus rape movement, because of the great attention made to college activists who have leveraged Title IX to force colleges to more effectively address student allegations of sexual misconduct and harassment. 268 more words