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What are the new requirements for public and private swimming pools (pools owned/operated by businesses covered by Title III, such as hotels and motels, health clubs, recreation centers, public country clubs)?
If I am doing a renovation on a hotel, how many guest rooms need to be accessible?
My county health department has told me that only a "guide dog in harness" has to be admitted to my restaurant. If I follow their advice, am I violating the ADA?
Can I exclude an animal that doesn't really seem dangerous but is disruptive to my business?
I have always had a clearly posted "no pets" policy at my business. Do I still have to allow service animals in?
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