Gov. Brown Signs Law Expanding Accommodations For Disabled PeopleGov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation that expands accommodations for individuals with physical disabilities at entertainment venues in the state, Assemblywoman Susan Bonilla, D-Concord, announced Monday.
Bay Area Assemblywoman Wants To Tax Your CocktailsA Bay Area Assemblywoman is proposing a cocktail tax at California restaurants and bars to give developmental disability programs an annual $200 million boost.
BART Reaches Agreement With Disability Advocates, Adds More Wheelchair Space On New TrainsThe BART board voted Thursday to approve an agreement with disability advocates that improves accessibility on BART’s new “Fleet of the Future.”
Disney Responds To Antioch Mother's Petition To Represent Children With Down Syndrome An Antioch mother's campaign to get Disney to represent children with Down syndrome in its films has grabbed tens of thousands of signatures and the attention of Disney headquarters.
San Francisco Supervisors Approve Wheelchair Ramp For ChambersIt's taken years, but the San Francisco Board of Supervisors has finally approved construction of wheelchair ramp in the supervisors' chambers.
Nationwide ‘Disable Bullying’ Campaign LaunchedChildren with disabilities are two to three times more likely to be bullied than typical kids.
First-Ever Specially-Built Van for the Disabled Stops in Santa Clara