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New federal rule is not really helpful for disabled air travelers

I recently rewatched the movie “Meet the Fockers,” reflecting upon the protagonist’s mishaps with airline travel. As Americans, including those with disabilities, who pay taxes, we recently subsidized the survival of the airlines as these private-public entities because of the ...

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Gary C. Norman: Leadership lessons from a guide dog

The Maryland Public Policy Conflict Resolution Fellows program recently allowed me to connect with colleagues from the court system, the community, the nonprofit sector and government. As I shared with my colleagues in this prestigious fellowship, guide dogs have helped ...

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Gary C. Norman: The impact of technology on civil and disability rights

Marylanders live in a time of great opportunity – an opportunity to widen the circle of inclusion. Public policy leaders must ensure the accessibility, affordability and usability of technological developments that could help to widen this circle. As the first ...

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Gary C. Norman: Expanding access to public accommodations

I am optimistic of the role of legal tools, both soft ones and positive ones, to shift the conversation and, over time, make our society more inclusive. As a result of broadly and justly defining places of public accommodations, such ...

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