Public Accommodation Laws
An owner, operator, agent, or employee of a place of public accommodation may not refuse, withhold from, or deny any person any accommodations, advantages, facilities, or privileges of the place of public accommodation because of the person’s disability.
The court may award the prevailing party punitive damages, equitable relief, or civil penalties of up to $2500, depending on the number of past Civil Rights violations.
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May 18, 2022