Taking Liberty 

Feeling used and ignored, fans in wheelchairs sound off on stadium debate.

As the stadium debate unfolded in Memphis this year, Randy Alexander paid close attention, but he felt more like a pawn than a player. Alexander was especially interested in the issue of handicap accessibility and the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). He…

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