Rights and Responsibilities under the Air Carrier Access Act
NEW ASL PODCAST SHOW
from the DISABILITY LAW LOWDOWN
The Disability Law Lowdown podcast just posted a new podcast in American Sign Language (ASL), Rights and Responsibilities under the Air Carrier Access Act, with a special focus on issues important to the deaf and hard of hearing community. New regulations for the Air Carrier Access Act went into effect in May. This podcast is part one in a series about how these regulations affect air travel for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
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– Thanks to Karen Peltz Strauss and NVRC, Fairfax