Fair Housing Act applies in Neb. therapy-dog case, judge rules

Housing owned by the University of Nebraska at Kearney falls under the Fair Housing Act in a case involving a student who said she wasn't allowed to have her therapy dog live with her on campus, a federal judge has ruled. The university said the student did not provide adequate documentation that disability made the presence of her miniature pinscher a necessity. The government argues that the university violated the Fair Housing Act.

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