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Revised Statutes Annotated of the State of New Hampshire. Title I. The State and Its Government (Ch. 1 to 21-T). Chapter 21-P. Department of Safety. Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

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Citation: N.H. Rev. Stat. 21-P:37-a

Citation: NH ST 21-P:37-a


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 02/2014

Summary:   It is state policy in New Hampshire that service animals not be separated from the people they serve. Every effort must be made in state emergency planning and training to keep service animals and their owners together in cases of emergency.


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In cases of emergency, it shall be the policy of the state that service animals shall not be separated from the persons they serve. Every effort shall be made to keep service animals and the persons they serve together, and all appropriate state emergency planning and state sponsored emergency training shall be based on such assumptions.

HISTORY

Source. 2006, 230:2, eff. July 31, 2006.

 



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