Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Jul 24, 2019
A federal judge in North Carolina approved a settlement on Tuesday that prohibits the state government from banning transgender people from using bathrooms in state buildings that match their gender identity, ending a yearslong legal battle that prompted a divisive cultural debate.
“The mark of H.B. 2 remains,” said Chase Strangio, a staff attorney with the A.C.L.U.’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and H.I.V. Project, which is involved in the case. “It’s not a full win. But it’s still a huge win for a community that has faced so much discrimination.”
Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Apr 19, 2019
How to Use a Public Restroom and Not Get Sick
The odds of becoming ill from using a public bathroom are slim. But there are a few things you can do to minimize your risk even more. Here’s what to keep in mind.
Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Jan 14, 2019
A 2017 poll done conducted by NPR and other organizations found that the majority of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer Americans say they have experienced violence, threats or harassment because of their sexuality or gender identity.
Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Oct 05, 2018
The new ADASignDepot.com website features free consultations, free quotes, and free shipping for all orders, with no minimum purchase required. “Most customers are going to have questions and need some guidance on selecting the right products for their property,” Wagner said. “So they may need handicap parking signs and truncated domes for their parking lot, and ADA path of travel signs for their entrances. And then restroom signs, exit signs, stairwell signs for the interior. It’s nice to know you can have the benefit of our experience, whether you buy from us or not. And you’re not going to be paying any shipping charges, for big orders, or even for that one sign you forgot to order and need to pass final inspection.”
Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Aug 19, 2018
The Wendrow family, pictured in 2011 in Wolvering Lake, Mich., was nearly destroyed when police and prosecutors went after parents Julian and Thal when their daughter with autism typed allegations of sexual abuse against them using facilitated communication. The parents were jailed and the children placed in foster care for months before police and prosecutors admitted she could not communicate at all.