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Topic - Elizabeth Somerset, Countess Of Worcester
An Ohio city is violating federal housing law and protections for people with disabilities by refusing to let a girl keep a miniature horse as a service animal, her mother said in a lawsuit.
Main Street in this old mill town looks about the same as it did the day after tornadoes killed about 250 people across Alabama a year and a half ago: Battered red bricks and broken glass litter the pavement, and the buildings still standing are rickety and roofless.
She said the group tried to work with the city and that the lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Cincinnati was a last resort.
HOME executive director Elizabeth Brown said the girl uses the horse - which is named Ellie and is the size of a large dog - for support to walk in her yard and to pull herself up after falls.