Thanks for your question and good morning.Here is the section that you are referencing I believe.
Here is the full statute note that 36.302 has more about accommodations.
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Here is the rest of the statute, note that 36.302 has more about accommodations here.
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Here also is additional reference.This sets out hte rules that were promulgated in response to the ADA statute by the federal government.
Here is an example of how 26.302 and the CFR rules I referenced above would integrate about services dogs..
Again here would be the rules promulgated under 36.302 for businesses and public places.
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Here are the promulgated rules to implement the ADA statute.They set out how public places and others must comply.
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