Indianapolis wins award for being disability-friendly

04/21/2009 | Disability Scoop

Indianapolis is the nation's most inclusive community for people with disabilities, according to the National Organization on Disability in announcing the city as the winner of its 2009 Accessible America Award. Education, employment rates, transportation, housing and voter participation were among the criteria used to judge cities. Finalists included Alexandria, Va.; Denver; Louisville, Ky.; New Haven, Conn.; Sioux Falls, S.D.; and Surprise, Ariz.

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