No. CV-07-1744-PHX-NVW.

606 F.Supp.2d 1065 (2009)

Kristy PRUETT, Plaintiff, v. State of ARIZONA, a public entity; Arizona Game and Fish Commission, an agency of the State of Arizona; and Larry Voyles, in his capacity as Director of the Arizona Game and Fish Department, Defendants.

United States District Court, D. Arizona.

February 10, 2009.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Julianne H. Carter, Carter Law Offices, Phoenix, AZ, Douglas L. Carter, Law Offices of Douglas L. Carter PC, Kansas City, MO, for Plaintiff.

Rachel M. Bacalzo, Office of the Attorney General, Phoenix, AZ, for Defendants.


NEIL V. WAKE, District Judge.

Plaintiff Kristy Pruett brought this action for a determination that federal disability laws entitle her to keep a chimpanzee in her home as a service animal, overriding Arizona law to the contrary. Both parties move for summary judgment. (Doc. #99, 100.) The material facts are not in dispute, and the Arizona law stands.

I. Background

Pruett seeks modification...

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