Nevada woman awarded $6K after being denied service animal

Leasing agent allegedly told prospective she couldn't have service animal because of new hardwood floors

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Owners of a Reno, Nevada, housing complex and a local real estate agency are being ordered to pay a prospective tenant $6,000 after they reportedly denied her request for a service animal, according to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).