Supreme Court Hears Disabled Access Case

Advocates for the disabled argue before the Supreme Court that federal laws requiring access to public buildings ought to apply to courthouses. The case involves a man who refused to crawl or be carried up steps to appear in a Tennessee courtroom. NPR's Nina Totenberg reports.

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