An HIV-positive 10-year-old boy was discriminated against when he was denied admission to a Rockland County, N.Y. basketball camp, a federal judge has ruled.

Judge Donald C. Pogue granted a motion for declaratory relief on the boy’s behalf against the Deer Mountain Day Camp, finding that the camp had violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

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