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Cafe Rosa Luna in Delray Beach has faced criticism after one of its owners refused service to a family of a type 1 diabetic woman who tried to bring in her service dog.

-Upon refusing service, the owner said that while he wouldn’t allow their trained service dog inside, he would allow it if it was working with a blind person.

-That has set off a debate about the future of service animals and whether more rules are needed to prevent these type of incidents.

-The family at the center of the viral video have called for a national registry to help standardize the service dog industry. 


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