This is one of the most stupidest proposals in the history of the Congress.
I am a disabled veteran myself and find this bill offensive. A few examples would be that I am visually impaired from a war injury, does that mean that the website needs to have five inch letters and pictures on the website need to be 20x30 inches big that a normal visioned person has to scroll across the picture to see the picture? No the answer is in software on my computer and to get me glasses that might help. I have a blind friend that has a voice adaptation to his computer that reads the words on his computer. He is a ham radio operator also and he can push a button that tells him what frequency he is on. This is done by adding a box to his radio that announces the frequency.
Notice these examples use software and hardware to the handicapped computer or added hardware. For a person with severe hearing disability we could require the website automatically plays audio clips at 500db but that would blow every users speaker or ear drums out. Again a hardware addition or software change to the individual computer would be better for all.
If a veteran with no arms is using a computer to visit the VA website does every command like next page or scroll down or sideways to see those enormous pictures need to be voice assessable for everyone or can we modify the individual computer software or add hardware?
$100,000 a year to bring the website into compliance is not needed. The VA is making great changes under this administration and they are committed to helping all veterans.