Ariz. student lobbies for laws to improve lives of visually impaired

A 16-year-old Arizona student is lobbying to promote federal legislation that would improve the lives of people with visual impairments. The National Federation of the Blind is supporting the two bills, one of which would require modifications to touch-screen technology to make it more accessible to people who cannot see. Another bill would require hybrid-electric cars to include audible noises.

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