North Carolina Accessibility

May 2006
PN;May2006, Vol. 60 Issue 5, p72
Trade Publication
The article reports that the accessibility code of North Carolina received certification for compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act in 2006. The state's public accommodations and commercial facilities were found to be compliant with the code's accessibility requirements pertaining to people with disabilities.


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