- The Attorney General's Office enforces laws prohibiting discrimination in places of public accommodation. M.G.L. c. 272, s. 92A, defines a place of public accommodation as "any place, whether licensed or unlicensed, which is open to and accepts or solicits the patronage of the general public." Places of public accommodation include: Health care facilities, including dental and medical offices, pharmacies, clinics, hospitals, nursing homes, and other health facilities. You may use the link to the Attorney General web site for information on how to file a complaint.
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