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ADA cases appear to be headed to appeals court.

As one Washington, D.C.-based credit union prepared to head to appeals court over allegations that its website violated the Americans with Disabilities Act, Wednesday more than 100 members of Congress signed a letter asking the U.S. Attorney General to help clarify language in the 1990 law that has fueled dozens of lawsuits against credit unions around the country.

The letter asked the Department of Justice to clarify whether websites are subject to the Americans with Disabilities Act and, if so, what exactly websites need to have to be considered compliant with the law.

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