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You need to bring someone with you to sign for you…

No, that won’t cut it anymore. The Justice Department entered into an agreement with H&R Block that  included that they would provide auxiliary aids when necessary for their tax preparation services, classes, and training; that they would post this policy on their website and distribute it to all their employees; establish a list of local […]

Who needs Accessible Restrooms?

It is well known that the ADA requires accessible restrooms. But who actually needs them? Or more importantly who is actually entitled to use them? Unlike accessible parking spaces there is no ticket for a person without a disability who uses an accessible stall or restroom. There is also no rules posted nor any ADA […]