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November 28, 2006

Making Money Accessible?

I'm sure the court fights and battles will go on for years but at least for the first time today a court has recognized that the U.S. Government does not comply with our own laws on accessibility when it comes to money. Maybe sometime I won't have to ask others what the bills in my wallet are.

Sure their are strategies (folding money) and gadgets to read bills but the fact is that U.S. money is not accessible today. It should be in my opinion. How can we claim we as a nation want meaningful accessibility when something as simple as our money doesn't meet that standard?

Posted by Kelly at November 28, 2006 4:31 PM

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