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  • Members of the Arizona Disability Coalition (ADC) rally against SB1198 in front of the Arizona House of Representatives.
  • Members of the Arizona Disability Coalition (ADC) rally against SB1198 in front of the Arizona House of Representatives.
  • Arizona Disability Coalition (ADC) members and community allies rally against SB1198 at the Arizona State Capitol.
  • Arizona Disability Coalition (ADC) members and community allies rally against SB1198 at the Arizona State Capitol.
  • Arizona Disability Coalition (ADC) members and community allies rally against SB1198 at the Arizona State Capitol.
  • Sen. Katie Hobbs addresses Arizona Disability Coalition (ADC) members and community allies rally during their rally at the Capitol, against SB1198.
  • Members of the Arizona Disability Coalition (ADC) learn about SB1198. S.B. 1198 would take away the right of people with disabilities to file a lawsuit when they encounter a barrier. This bill would treat people with disabilities as second-class citizens.
  • Arizona Disability Coalition (ADC) members and community allies rally against SB1198 at the Arizona State Capitol.
  • Arizona Disability Coalition (ADC) members and community allies speak to their representatives, letting them that S.B. 1198 would take away the right of people with disabilities to file a lawsuit when they encounter a barrier.
  • Members of the Arizona Disability Coalition (ADC) rally against SB1198 in front of the Arizona House of Representatives.
  • Members of the Arizona Disability Coalition (ADC) rally against SB1198 in front of the Arizona House of Representatives.
  • Members of the Arizona Disability Coalition (ADC) rally against SB1198 in front of the Arizona House of Representatives.
  • Arizona Disability Coalition (ADC) members and community allies speak to their representatives, letting them that S.B. 1198 would take away the right of people with disabilities to file a lawsuit when they encounter a barrier.


Senate Bill 1198 is scheduled to be heard on Wednesday, March 22 @ 2pm in the House Judiciary Committee. Contact members of the Committee today and let them know that civil rights for people with disabilities are important to you and ask them to oppose SB1198.

CLICK HERE TO FIND CONTACT INFORMATION FOR COMMITTEE MEMBERS. 


Senate Bill 1198 was recently approved by the full Senate and has moved to the Arizona House Judiciary Committee. Senate Bill 1198 treats people with disabilities like second-class citizens, takes away our rights, and delays access!

Rally behind us on March 22, 2017.

Arizona Capitol Rose Garden
(west of House of Representatives)
1700 W. Washington
Phoenix, AZ
11 a.m. on Wednesday, March 22
Plan to stay for 2 p.m. bill hearing
Free parking off Washington Street,
between 15th and 17th Avenues

Show support for people with disabilities in Arizona.

CLICK HERE to learn more. CLICK HERE to RSVP to our rally.


SB1198 is a Bad Bill for Arizona:
Its time to stop building barriers to an accessible Arizona. Watch this video to learn why SB1198 is a bad bill for Arizona’s Disability Community.

Interested in knowing more?
MAKE SURE TO STAY INFORMED:
– Download HB2504 Facts in PDF or TEXT
– Download HB2504 Talking Points in PDF or TEXT
– Download SB1198 Talking Points in PDF or TEXT
– Download SB1198 Fact Sheet in PDF or TEXT


#NOAccessAZ
Members of the Arizona Legislature will introduce a bill in the 2017 session that will limit the rights of people who have disabilities to act if they encounter barriers or discrimination when trying to access places of public accommodation such as businesses and organizations. Similar legislation has already been introduced in Congress. However, we know that accessibility is still a problem over 26 years after the Americans with Disabilities Act became law.The ADC is launching the #NOAccessAZ campaign to show that our independence and freedom to participate in the community is still limited. The ADC invites you to share stories and pictures that highlight barriers to access that you encounter. Is there a business that you cannot access because they do not have a wheelchair ramp? Have you requested an ASL interpreter from your doctor only to be denied this accommodation? Has a business turned you away because you use a guide or service dog? Share your story and include a picture showing the barrier if it is appropriate. You can also choose to record a video. Just be sure to use the #NOAccessAZ tag so we can find your story on social media.Interested in Learning More About this Campaign? Go to the #NoAccessAZ page and view the #NoAccessAZ videos. 
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Join the ADC and Oppose Anti-Civil Rights Legislation:

The ADC invites individuals and organizations to stand with us in opposition to state and federal efforts that would weaken the rights of people who have disabilities to  access the community. Click here to sign on as a supporter of disability rights.