Friday, October 1, 2010

New Captioning Law in Maryland!

This new landmark law in Maryland give much-needed rights to deaf people in the public area.

So the providers via public area could not deny any deaf individual upon their request to turn on the captions, ex. bars, coffeehouses, resturants and other public places.

*Waving hands* to the Deaf Marylanders for their hard work and effort to make this new law happen.

We finally are treated as equal citizens like everyone else in the public area!

Mike McConnell surely will criticize this new law as some kind of big-government regulation shove down the providers via public area. Or seen it as a costly incentives for business to accompany the needs of deaf patrons or customers?

You, all Deaf America know how Mike McConnell and Barry Sewell are against anything that really benefit the Deaf Citizenry. That's why Deaf America must not vote for Republicans this year to teach them for being an obstructionists so far!

Look at the new Maryland captioning law -

ASLize yours,
Robert L. Mason (RLM)

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