Anderson Cooper: What Were You Thinking?
David Bekhour

Bravo! Anderson Cooper’s report is ridiculous. The very fact that people can’t enter a certain store, hotel, or other public establishment because it is not complying with the laws (which hello, are no secret, welcome to 2016, they have been in effect for quite some time now) means that they aren’t going to know if disabled people might have wanted to enter or not, because they would not have been able to get in. And even if there ARE people who can “drive by” and cash in on “innocent” —or, let’s face it, willfully ignorant — storekeepers, etc., whose stores are inaccessible, they are only able to do so because the business owners are flagrantly breaking the law in plain sight.

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