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... 21 chapter three STATUTORY AND REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS THAT AFFECT TRAVEL OF ANIMALS THROUGH AIRPORTS ADA AND ASSOCIATED REGULATIONS The ADA was signed into law on July 26, 1990, the culmination of the disability rights movement. This movement highlighted the unequal access that the disabled faced in society, in the work place, in the use of publicly available transportation and public accommodations, in state and local government services, and in telecommunications -- access that the non-disabled enjoyed with unfettered access.
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... 22 Airport staff are limited by the ADA to the questions they may ask to verify if the animal is a legitimate service dog. Questions are limited to whether a service dog is required because of a disability, and what tasks or functions the dog has been trained to perform.
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... 23 What the new ACAA regulations failed to address was that areas must be safe, which can be interpreted as being within the secure area (airside) beyond TSA checkpoints.
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... 24 country (USDA–APHIS 2014c–g)
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... 25 STATE AND LOCAL HEALTH LAWS AND REGULATIONS All animals that are shipped on airlines must meet the requirements of each state in order to ship an animal into that state. Each state may have different health criteria for an animal entering that state.

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