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Dozens of new laws and amendments take effect in Japan every year, but only a few open up new worlds for people.

One such exception was a law that took partial effect in 2002 requiring government facilities and public transportation to accept vision-impaired people with guide dogs, motion-impaired people with service dogs and hearing-impaired people with hearing-assistance dogs.

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