Current regulations about suing states and businesses currently already allow years to pass before they are required to make changes. I cannot for the life of me understand why states and businesses would want to eliminate access to the disabled. Tammy Duckworth lost both her legs and the use of one arm while serving in the military while deployed overseas. She is a US Senator. Why would anyone want to deny her access to anything? I think this is one more way to discriminate and for trump admin to make it easier for businesses to do so. They got a big tax break and the very least they can do is eliminate obstacles and impediments that prohibit persons like Tammy Duckworth from fully experiencing the life every non disabled person can experience. I’m sure there is something in that tax plan that allows businesses to write off or reduce capital expenses. This admin should be ashamed that they have now added the disabled to their litany of inconsequential people: nonwhite, women, middle class, the poor, persons needing food stamps and Medicaid, no advanced education, first, second, or third generation immigrant, liberal, activist for citizens’ rights, citizens believing the law should be followed, persons who have neither the means nor desire to buy off politicians, etc. I asked US Rep Bill Johnson to tell Senator Duckworth that he just made her life more limited.