Boston Marathon Survivor’s Service Dog Turned Away From T.J. Maxx
A T.J. Maxx store in New Hampshire told Boston Marathon bombing survivor Sydney Corcoran last week that she had to put her service dog in a carriage or leave the store. “He’s crucial to my everyday life now,” Corcoran told WCVB-TV in Boston, referring to her service dog, Koda. The Americans with Disabilities Act allows service dogs to accompany people wherever members of the public are allowed to go.
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