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Private Group Highlights Disabled Montanans’s Rights Against Housing Discrimination

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The most common housing discrimination issue in Montana is landlords not making accommodations for service and assistance animals, according to Pam Bean executive director of Montana Fair Housing, a private nonprofit that addresses housing discrimination. Bean says accommodations in housing in the state are protected under the federal Fair Housing Act and Montana Human Rights Act allowing for both service and assistance animals. She says people with disabilities can request accommodations for disability-related needs and in most cases are meant for people with permanent disabilities.

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