School sued over allergy service dog access

The family of a boy who has a deadly peanut allergy is suing after the local district limits the amount of time their son's allergen-sniffing service dog can be in school. Monica Guy talked to the family's lawyer and the woman who trained Trixie, the dog. Should Trixie be allowed in school? Our A+ panel weighs in. 

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