Well, I hate to break your bubble, but someone might argue that that brewery is not a public place. If I allow you to come into my factory and look around, does that mean my factory is a public place?
Also, it ain't just Maine law. Think federal.
From: "Hyde, David W." <david.hyde@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [gps-talkusers] Re: FW: [TSE-Chat] Fw: [doggie-den] Fw: Please Show That Discrimination Is Not Acceptable!
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2005 13:40:56 -0500
I don't know Maine law, but there is probably something on the books requiring dog guides and their users be admitted to all public places. This would include the brewery. Those who were denied access should file the complaint, not Seeing eye, or Sendero Group. Neither Seeing Eye, nor Sendero were discriminated against, so probably do not have standing to file on your behalf. Talk with the attorney general there, a f file either individually or as a group.
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