Marking today's 20th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, advocacy groups are celebrating greater access to public transportation -- and pointing out perceived shortcomings. The CEO of the Amputee Coalition of America cites a recent poll showing 75% of amputees report "unsatisfactory experiences" with airport security screenings, despite official TSA policies designed to ensure consistency and dignity. Still, there has been progress, Kendra Calhoun writes: "TSA has taken our input and asked our participation in improving these processes and practices. We are confident there will be significant improvements for amputee travelers."
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