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Notice to Portland State Students With Disabilities and Assistance Animals re: ADA violation suit

Notice to Portland State Students With Disabilities and Assistance Animals re: ADA violation suit

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NOTICE TO STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES AND ASSISTANCE ANIMALS
On February 13, 2014, the United States District Court for the District of Oregon entered a Consent Decree resolving a lawsuit brought by Cindy Leland and the Fair Housing Council of Oregon against Portland State University. The lawsuit alleged that the Portland State University violated state and federal disability laws by, in part, failing to accommodate disabled persons with assistance animals in student housing and/or service animals in classrooms. Portland State University denies the allegations and did not admit any wrongdoing or liability under the disability laws.  Nonetheless, pursuant to the Consent Decree, Portland State University agreed to establish a Fund for Students with Disabilities. The Fund is to be used to compensate qualified students with disabilities who believe they suffered an injury as a result of alleged disability discrimination related to an assistance animal, which includes either a service animal or a support animal. You may be qualified to recover from the Fund if you were/are a person with a disability in need of an assistance animal, whether it be a service animal or a support animal, and you believe you were discriminated against between and including January 1, 2009 through the date of entry of the Consent Decree, for reasons related to your need for an assistance animal. For purposes of this settlement, an assistance animal is an animal that does work or  performs tasks for the benefit of a person with a disability, or provides emotional support or other assistance that alleviates one or more symptoms or effects of a person's disability. The most common assistance animals are dogs, although other animals may qualify as assistance animals. Assistance animals are not considered pets under the law. If you believe you fall into one of these categories, or if you have information about someone else you believe falls into one of these categories,
PLEASE CONTACT THE FAIR
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