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I bet, if a friend of someone with vision impairment came into the store to pick out a bunch of stuff that equaled to a good amount of money, when it came time to pay, I bet he would let the vision impaired man with his guide dog into the store. He wouldn't turn down money then. How sad for the family, trust me, I know how it is exactly, having had a special needs daughter, I know all to well. To the parents, stand up for your rights, to many jerks out there now days thinking they know whats best for everyone. If he can kick out a service animal because his business is privately owned, then why can't I smoke in a privately owned bar???

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