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By MARTHA M. LAFFERTY
On March 19, state Rep. Julia Hurley entered the Roane County Courthouse with her Chinese crested dog, “Pepper.”
When court officials noticed her dog tagging behind on his leash, they proceeded to evict her from the courthouse.
In the aftermath of this incident, comments regarding Rep. Hurley’s actions and information regarding service animal requirements flooded the media.
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