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.

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