This post is a followup to a series of earlier blogs regarding the dispute between the family of a child with special needs and the East Meadow School District in New York over allowing the student to have his service dog in school. The family wanted to have their son's service dog attend school with him and the school objected because of health and safety issues. The parents sought immediate relief in the form of an injunction--a court order mandating that the dog be immediately allowed into school. The District Court denied the injunction and now the Second Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed the lower court's ruling. So for now the parents are left with due process to get an order to have the dog in school.