Gov. Ivey Signs Bill Allowing Service Dogs in Alabama Court Rooms


MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed a bill Tuesday that would permit service dogs inside of Alabama court rooms. That’s according to a tweet from Gov. Ivey’s official Twitter handle.

After the signing, Gov. Ivey took time to greet one of the four-legged workers.

In the tweet seen at the bottom of this article the Governor states, “It was great to meet a fine service dog today as I signed a bill allowing them in courtrooms. I may have to bring Bear to the Capitol soon.”

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