An Arkansas family whose son requires a service dog is taking action against his school. The family says the school is forcing it to pay $500 a month for a private handler. But this story gets a little more complicated than that.
Zachary Sorrells, 7, has cerebral palsy and epilepsy, and his service dog Majesty helps warn adults that a seizure is coming, according to KATV. At first, Zachary's mother said the school would not let Majesty attend, then decided she could but needed a handler.
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