More than 50 years have passed since the historic Brown v. Board of Education, it’s been more than 20 years since the Landmark ADA act was passed, and now , Senior U.S. District Court Judge Daniel ruled that under the ADA customers who use wheelchairs must be entitled to the same experience as all other customers.
This ruling comes after three years of litigation involving the Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition (“CCDC”) with Hollister stores , i.e. Equal means Equal.
Its time for merchants and business owners to follow this decision and look at their facilities insure that they are respecting the rights of all the citizens.
Steps and stairs in front of business are unacceptable period! People with disabilities have enough challenges, navigating an obstructive entrance is one that should go the way of all racist impediment. 2013.01.24_press_release_-hollister_
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