Dear Washington State:
Please pardon my delay in responding to your post. I lost internet access for more than a day, and wasn't able to access my open questions.
Thank you for the additional information. I am sorry that you and your family had to hear this kind of remark.
The Washington State Human Rights Commission can investigate complaints of discrimination, both in employment and public accommodations; and take appropriate action against a business that engages in discrimination. Here is a link to a website explaining how the complaint process works: http://www.hum.wa.gov/complaintProcess/.
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