The Delaware Supreme Court recent reversed a decision of the Delaware Human Relations Commission and agreed with the actions of a business in refusing entry to a dog. The business, a casino and race track called Dover Downs, refused admission to a dog who accompanied a disabled person (a prospective customer) where that person would not answer questions about the training of the dog or what assistance the dog was capable of providing to the customer who claimed to be disabled. The decision was based on the Delaware Equal Accommodations Law, as well as the Federal Americans with Disabilities Act. Thompson v. Dover Downs, Inc., download pdf file.