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http://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-news/uber-launches-new-plan-to-stop-illegal-refusals-to-service-animal-users
Uber launches new plan to stop illegal refusals to service-animal users
 November 14, 2017
Canadian Uber drivers got both an email and an in-app notification Tuesday warning that itís against the law to deny rides to people who use service animals and that doing so will get them kicked off the ride-sharing platform.
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Based on my experience in the US, Uber drivers have the highest rates of allergy induced asthma ever!  Surely there's a public health explanation for this! Or maybe it's a language problem.  Maybe there's an Eastern European slang term that sounds like "I have asthma," when the driver is saying, "what a lovely dog!"

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Based on my experience in the US, Uber drivers have the highest rates of allergy induced asthma ever!  Surely there's a public health explanation for this! Or maybe it's a language problem.  Maybe there's an Eastern European slang term that sounds like "I have asthma," when the driver is saying, "what a lovely dog!"


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Asthma definitely means "nice dog" in slovic. I'm on board with this.
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