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Public Accommodation

State v. Copperstate OB/GYN Associates, LTD.

This Agreement is made between the Civil Rights Division of the Arizona Attorney General's Office, hereinafter "the Division", Laura Gomez, hereinafter "Complainant", Copperstate OB/GYN Associates, Ltd., hereinafter "Respondent". A complaint of public accommodations discrimination based on disability having been filed by Complainant against Respondent pursuant to the Arizonans with Disabilities Act (AZDA), Arizona Revised Statute § 41-1492 et seq., the parties have conferred and hereby voluntarily agree to and do resolve the issues in the complaint on the following terms...

State v. City of Scottsdale (disability)

This Agreement is made between the Civil Rights Division of the Arizona Attorney General's Office (Division), Kathryn Collison, as legal guardian for Robert Garvie, (Complainants), and the City of Scottsdale (Respondent). Although Ava Investment Corporation was also named as a Respondent in the above-referenced complaint, it is not a party to this Agreement because the City of Scottsdale owns and controls the parking at issue in this complaint.

State v. Sports Cutters, Inc. (sex)

This is an action brought under the Arizona Civil Rights Act ("ACRA"), Arizona Revised Statute § 41-1491, et seq., to correct the unlawful sex discrimination in employment, to provide appropriate relief to aggrieved persons, and to vindicate the public interest. Specifically, the State brings this matter to redress the injury sustained by Lynette Carter and a class of similarly-situated aggrieved female employees who were unlawfully discriminated against by Defendant.

State v. Big Dan's Drive Thru (religion)

This is an action brought under the Arizona Civil Rights Act ("ACRA") to correct an unlawful practice in a place of public accommodation, to provide appropriate relief to aggrieved persons, and to vindicate the public interest. Specifically, Defendants own and operate a restaurant in Colorado City, Arizona where the majority of the population belongs to the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints ("FLDS").

State v. Vermillion Candy Shoppe (religion)

This is an action brought under the Arizona Civil Rights Act ("ACRA") to correct an unlawful practice in a place of public accommodation, to provide appropriate relief to aggrieved persons, and to vindicate the public interest. Specifically, Defendants Dutson own and operate a restaurant in Colorado City, Arizona where the majority of the population belongs to the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints ("FLDS").

State v. Village of Oak Creek Comm Church of the Nazarene (religion)

The Defendant argues that the parents, and the sixty one children, have no state or federal constitutional right at stake in these proceedings. That is not correct. Wisconsin v. Yoder, 406 U.S. 205, 232, 92 S.Ct. 1526, 1541,32 L.Ed.2d 15 (1972). More importantly, the retaliatory termination of the lease, done in response to the Defendant's efforts to force its religious beliefs onto a publicly funded school, appears to have been done in violation of the Establishment Clause. Therefore, there are rights which trigger the consideration of the State's allegation of irreparable harm.

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