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Why 'Million Dollar Baby' infuriates the disabled
[Chicago Final Edition]
Chicago Tribune - Chicago, Ill.
Author: Davis, Lennard J
Date: Feb 2, 2005
Start Page: 1
Section: Tempo
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In this story, it is important to know that [Clint Eastwood] isn't just any impartial artist in the area of disability. In fact, he has actively testified before the House Judiciary Committee against the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Eastwood is the owner of the Mission Ranch Inn in Carmel, Calif. A patron with disabilities had sued under the ADA claiming that the hotel restrooms were inaccessible and the only accessible guest room was more than double the price of other rooms in the hotel. Eastwood was cited for some of these violations, although the major claims in the case were dismissed.

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