News coverage of MI Service Animal registry helps showcase new law

Yesterday, Lt. Gov. Brian Calley participated in a press conference to help raise awareness about a new Service Animal Registry in Michigan. We wrote about the event in a Medium post yesterday.

Here is a collection of some news stories that resulted from the press conference. The Associated Press article went nationwide, helping to showcase Michigan across the United States as a place where service animals and the people who rely on them are welcomed and appreciated:

Getting your service animal registered is free and voluntary. Registered service animals will be certified to wear an official, easily identifiable patch.
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