December 21, 2013


Woman’s lawsuits target businesses where wheelchair use hindered


By Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe / Staff Writer

Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe / Staff Writer Denton Record-Chronicle

Published: 21 December 2013 11:48 PM


Jaime Blanton says she just wants access.


To public restrooms and romantic dining areas on upper floors; through aisles cluttered with so much merchandise that she can’t maneuver her wheelchair.


So Blanton has turned to a place where her access has been unhindered: federal c...

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