Posted by ADA Sign Depot on May 29, 2019
We live in a country in which the most desperate of people are pushed further to the margins. O.K., so you’re not transgender, and perhaps you don’t really care about trans people. Even so, do you really want people like me to be turned away from homeless shelters? Seriously, homeless shelters? Was it for this that you voted for Donald Trump?
Posted by ADA Sign Depot on May 02, 2019
In a statement, Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL), who authored the law said, "Every airline passenger deserves to be treated with dignity and respect, but too often they aren't. Travelers should be able to find out if certain airlines have high rates of breaking wheelchairs and other equipment that people depend on, just like we can find out if certain airlines have high rates of flight delays or cancellations."
Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Mar 12, 2019
Peter Paul Montgomery Buttigieg (pronounced like "buddha-judge"), born January 19, 1982, is an American politician, serving since 2012 as the 32nd mayor of South Bend, Indiana. Prior to public service, he worked as a consultant at McKinsey and Company, a management strategy consulting firm, from 2007 through 2010. A member of the Democratic Party, Buttigieg is a graduate of Harvard University, a Rhodes Scholar, and a veteran of the War in Afghanistan. He is competing for the party's nomination in the 2020 presidential election, and is the first openly gay Democratic candidate ever to run for President of the United States. If elected, he would be the first openly gay president as well as the youngest.
Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Oct 09, 2018
While airports are subject to the Americans with Disabilities Act, air travel is governed by the often less familiar Air Carrier Access Act. The to-be-developed bill of rights requires that “plain language” be used to spell out the rights of passengers with disabilities, including receiving timely assistance and seating accommodations if requested. The law says airline employees and contractors must undergo training on the bill of rights.
Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Sep 07, 2018
“Throughout history, the stain of unnecessary segregation has been overcome through the law. I am tremendously proud of this contribution, and a little boy — now young man — named LH,” said the family’s attorney, Justin Gilbert. “The law of Tennessee, Michigan, Kentucky and Ohio will bear his name, reminding us all that kids with intellectual disabilities belong. They are to be included. And we are all the better for it.”