489-3 Discriminatory practices prohibition. Unfair discriminatory practices that deny, or attempt to deny, a person the full and equal enjoyment of the goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages, and accommodations of a place of public accommodation on the basis of race; sex, including gender identity or expression; sexual orientation; color; religion; ancestry; or disability, including the use of a service animal, are prohibited. [L 1986, c 292, pt of 1; am L 1990, c 210, 2; am L 1992, c 33, 5; am L 2006, c 76, 3; am L 2018, c 217, 8]

 

Law Journals and Reviews

 

An Analysis of Hawai`i's Tradition of "Local" Ethnic Humor. 30 UH L. Rev. 219.

Airbnb in Paradise: Updating Hawai`i's Legal Approach Towards Racial Discrimination in the Sharing Economy. 39 UH L. Rev. 435 (2017).

Hounds at the Hospital, Cats at the Clinic: Challenges Associated with Service Animals and Animal-Assisted Interventions in Healthcare Facilities. 40 UH L. Rev. 53 (2018).

 

Case Notes

 

Individual plaintiffs' claims under this section were reinstated against defendants, where one of the defendants allegedly made a racial slur that was either directed at or witnessed by the individual plaintiffs. 300 F. Supp. 2d 1003.

 

 

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