High Court Considers Disability Access on Cruise Ships

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Are cruise ships legally required to be accessible to physically disabled passengers? The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments in a case testing whether the federal Americans with Disabilities Act applies to foreign-registered cruise ships that dock in the United States.



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