Tuesday, January 24, 2006

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From the Columbus Dispatch website: "Hearing-impaired airline passengers will soon be able to read public-address announcements on 80 large video screens at San Francisco International Airport as part of a settlement, officials said." The airport was sued by Oakland-based Disability Rights Advocates in 2002. "We’re hoping SFO is going to be a model for other airports to follow," said Kevin Knestrick, a lawyer for Disability Rights Advocates.


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