Arizona’s Disabled Community Opposes SB1198

Arizona’s Disabled Community Opposes SB1198

Disability advocates gathered at the Arizona State Capitol in opposition to a recently introduced Senate Bill which requires individuals who encounter ADA access barriers to provide notice to offending businesses before they could move to corrective action. The bill, SB1198, was introduced by Senator John Kavanagh (R-LD23). Kavanagh introduced a similar but less aggressive bill in the last session, which was defeated.

I do disability, do you?

I do disability, do you?

Theater360 Performs Original Works at Herberger By Johanna Huckeba — Posted (Jan. 13, 2017) “I Do Disability, Do You?” a play presented by Theater360, tells the real stories of 7 people with varying disabilities from different backgrounds who are united by the...

2016 is an election year

Your vote matters! Elections begin in March 2016, when Arizonans will get a chance to vote on important education settlement legislation that will provide more funding for Arizona schools. Many cities will also hold Primary elections for Mayor and City Council...