Tuesday’s court ruling in Ohio.

District Court judges in Ohio and Alabama have thrown out two lawsuits against a pair of credit unions whose websites allegedly violated the Americans with Disabilities Act, adding to a recent string of dismissals of similar cases by District Courts in Virginia.

According to the new court filings, the judges in these latest cases separately ruled that the plaintiffs had no standing to sue the two credit unions — Dover, Ohio-based DoverPhila Federal Credit Union and Decatur, Ala.-based Family Security Credit Union — because the plaintiffs were not eligible for membership. The issue of the plaintiffs’ intent was also a factor for both courts.

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