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ERC Study Finds 50% of DC Cab Drivers Avoid Blind Customers With Service Dogs


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This is just a sad commentary. The video says it all.


In a report released Wednesday morning, The Equal Rights Center said it conducted 30 tests earlier this year and that in half of the tests, drivers passed a man or woman with a guide dog to pick up a person who did not have a guide dog. In three of the cases where the taxi did stop for the blind person, the driver attempted to impose a surcharge for transporting the dog.

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