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New law eases ADA fixes, deters unscrupulous attorneys

Special parking was one of the first, and most visible parts of the 25-year-old Americans with Disabilities Act. Advocates praise the ADA, but say more still needs to be done. (Photo by Lynn Kelley Author via flickr/Creative Commons)

During the past year, Arizona businesses of all sizes were targeted by unscrupulous attorneys filing ADA lawsuits. While the chamber encourages all businesses to comply with ADA requirements, many of these lawsuits were not focused on ADA compliance, but were attempts to extort money from business owners with often very minor ADA violations.

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Ducey supports extending Prop 301 sales tax

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey presents his first State of the State speech to a joint session of the Arizona Legislature on Jan. 12. (Photo by Ryan Cook/RJ Cook Photography)

Daniel Scarpinato, the governor’s spokesman, said Gov. Doug Ducey is open to the timing of getting a measure on the ballot and other ideas for altering the tax, including expanding it, based on discussions with the education and business communities.

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