Public Accommodation Laws
It is unlawful for any person in any public accommodation to make a distinction, directly or indirectly, in offering or refusing to offer its services, facilities, accommodations, or goods to any person because of physical or mental handicap.
New Mexico’s Human Rights Commission may require the respondent to pay actual damages to the complainant and to pay reasonable attorneys’ fees, if the complainant was represented by private counsel, and to take such affirmative action as the commission considers necessary, including a requirement for reports of the manner of compliance.
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May 18, 2022