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Disabled Americans have long argued that Federal laws like The Americans with Disabilities Act don't do enough to protect their rights.

True, Local governments have passed ordinances and set up employment programs. Ramps have been put in to make many buildings more accessible. Braille and books on tape are widely available for the visually impaired.

But many disabled Americans still feel ostracized and afraid in a society that doesn't always show it cares.

The Net's power to create virtual communities may provide the answer to their prayers.

The entrepreneurs behind this portal believe they can create a community where the disabled can go to shop, communicate with their peers and look for work.

Frankly, it makes a little us nervous any time somebody mentions the words "disabled" and "online mall" in the same breath.


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