Blotter, Oct. 10, 2013

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MCSO, GJPD and CSP would do well to review the ADA as pertains to service animals. NO ONE, including law enforcement, are permitted to ask or demand the individuals medical condition which necessitates a service animal. In fact the individual may only be asked 2 specific questions. PTSD is a condition for service animals. Miniature horses can also be service animals. Service animals are NOT required to be trained by any person or entity beyond the individual. Service animals need not be DOGS as specified earlier ie mini horses.. Service animals are not required to be registered beyond that of any other animal in the city, county or state. Service animals are not required to wear ANY special items in order to identify them as such. Service animals are permitted in Any BUSINESS AND ARE PERMITTED to enter any place within the business that a normal patron is permitted.  Go to animals. Short and to the point. MCSO and Enterprise Liquors are wrong. GJ is in violation when enforcing “no animals” in downtown during certain times. I will see about that next year.

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