Sunday, October 28, 2007

Contractors with disabilities losing business due to increased security

Increased concerns about building security are threatening many entrepreneurs with visual impairments who run private vending operations, gift shops and cafeterias under a federal program. "People used to come for the outdoor patio, but after 9/11 all those doors were sealed," said Giovanni Francese, who ran cafeterias in two federal buildings in Chicago. The Boston Globe/The Washington Post

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