The Disabilities Act calls for structural modifications for existing buildings to better provide for the disabled. This includes adding ramps, lowering phones, adding braille markings, rearranging tables, and replacing door handles. This is not exactly easy or even in the budget for some businesses. For this reason the Act only includes existing buildings that these modifications are "readily achievable" or "easily accomplished without much difficulty or expense.
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