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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.
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.