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Baughman suffers from limb girdle muscular dystrophy, which makes it hard for her walk or stand up from a seated position. She contacted Disneyland in advance and asked for permission to use a Segway. Disneyland said no. It told her to use a wheelchair or motorized scooter — which Baughman says does not work for her.
Baughman sued under the Americans with Disabilities Act, charging disability discrimination, and last week a federal appeals court took her side. “Technological advances didn’t end with the powered wheelchair,” the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit said — and it ordered Disneyland to reconsider its decision. As the court said in the first line of its opinion: “Segways at Disneyland? Could happen.”
Read more: http://ideas.time.com/2012/07/23/does-disneyland-discriminate-against-the-disabled/?iid=op-main-lede#ixzz21ZFY8TAD