Spy Museum to improve access for people with disabilities

After a 2004 complaint that the six-year-old International Spy Museum discriminated against people with visual impairments, the for-profit organization announced it had reached an agreement with the Justice Department. The museum will close-caption video presentations, offer special tours with visual descriptions of exhibits, hire sign-language docents and improve wheelchair access.

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