Capitol, federal buildings have ADA violations, report says

10/19/2012 | Disability Scoop

A report by the federal Office of Compliance showed the U.S. Capitol and surrounding federal buildings have accessibility problems for people with disabilities, more than 20 years after passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The analysis detailed 154 barriers to access at House legislative office buildings and found ADA violations in many bathrooms, including those in remodeled areas of the Library of Congress and at the new Capitol Visitor Center.

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