Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Jacob Sullum Gets It About Serial ADA Litigation

Over at the Reason blog (which I highly recommend, though I certainly don't always agree with), Jacob Sullum has a good post about the Times's article yesterday on serial ADA litigation.  The key language:
If you accept the ADA's premise, which is that the government should force business owners to bear the cost of making the world more navigable for disabled people, you should be grateful to lawyers like Weitz for helping enforce that rule. More than two decades after the law was passed, Weitz is rooting out violators and making them comply, all at no cost to taxpayers.

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