Wyoming Statutes Title 35. Public Health and Safety § 35-13-201. Generally;  service and assistance animals

(a) Any blind, visually impaired, deaf, hearing impaired person or other person with a disability, subject to the conditions and limitations established by law and applicable alike to all persons:

(i) Has the same right as an able-bodied person to the full and free use of the streets, highways, sidewalks, walkways, public buildings, public facilities and other public places;

(ii) Shall be afforded full and equal accommodations, advantages, facilities and privileges of any place of public accommodation and any other place to which the general public is invited;  and

(iii) Shall not be discriminated against in the leasing or rental of apartments and other private residential property because of his disability.

(b) Any blind, visually impaired, deaf, hearing impaired person or other person with a disability may be accompanied by a service animal in any facility of a public entity in accordance with 28 C.F.R. 35.136 and any place of public accommodation in accordance with 28 C.F.R. 36.302(c) .

(c) A person shall not be discriminated against in the leasing or rental of residential property because the person has an assistance animal, which shall be permitted in leased or rented residential property in accordance with the federal Fair Housing Act.  The person shall be liable for any damage done by his assistance animal to the premises or facilities of the leased or rented residential property.

(d) A public accommodation, or any agent or employee thereof, that permits a service animal or an animal believed in good faith to be a service animal in its place of public accommodation is not liable for any damage or injury caused by the animal.


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