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Tue December 10, 2013
Getting State offices and programs more accessible to people with disabilities
The State of Michigan is close to wrapping up a plan to make its programs more accessible to people with disabilities.
The goal is to get State offices, communications and web sites to be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
We wanted to get a better idea of what that really looks like, how much progress has been made and what it all means for people with disabilities.
Laura Hall is an Assistive Technology Coordinator for the Michigan Disability Rights Coalition, and Sharon Ellis is the State ADA Compliance Director. They both joined us today to discuss the issue.
Listen to the full interview above.
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