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No discrimination against sober house

DOTHAN, Ala. — An Alabama federal court found in favor of Dothan, Alabama, on the disability discrimination and failure to accommodate claims brought by a sober living association that couldn’t open utilities accounts for two of its houses because it refused to obtain a business license as required by the city. Dothan offered to provide the license free of charge, so there was no demonstration of intentional discrimination.

Read the ruling here.

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