Prohibited Practices in Public Services
Under the Minnesota Human Rights Act, public services is a protected area, and it is illegal to treat you differently in this area because of your: race, color, creed, religion, national origin, disability, sex, sexual orientation, or public assistance.
With limited exceptions, the following actions constitute a violation the Human Rights Act in public services when, because of your protected class status:
Cities, counties, towns, townships, public agencies and boards, and other government entities discriminate against any person in the access to, admission to, full utilization of or benefit from any public service because of a person's membership in a protected class;
Public transit service fails to provide physical access and equitable service to persons who have disabilities.