Bills would require closed-captioning at movie theaters, on airplanes

03/14/2013 | Disability Scoop

Two federal bills seek to amend the Americans with Disabilities Act to make movie options more accessible for individuals who are deaf. One bill would require movie theaters with two or more screens to include closed captioning and visual descriptions to films, and the other bill would require the same accessibility features on in-flight videos.

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