Convenience stores asked to provide access for disabled

Nevada convenience stores are being urged to voluntarily comply with federal laws requiring access for the disabled.

Attorney General Frankie Sue Del Papa and Assistant U.S. Attorney Bill Lann Lee say many convenience stores have structural barriers that keep people with disabilities form getting in and out.

"It is important to help provide information to retail stores on how they can comply with this federal law," said Del Papa. "Voluntary compliance eliminates the need for litigation, which is expensive for everyone."

Paul Martin, of Nevada's for Equal Access, said that organization will help stores to comply with the law


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