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Colorado Springs, Colorado - I'm looking for a Interpreted Concealed Carry Class (CCW)

by DJ Wooldridge
(Colorado Springs Area)

I would like to take a CCW class. I am wondering if anyone else would be interested? If I can get some people together, maybe I can find a facility that will provide an interpreter for the class. Or if there is a hearing/ fluent ASL user wanting to take the class, maybe we can get you the class free in exchange for interpreting it... If you already took a CCW class where an interpreter was provided please pass on the facility name/contact info..
Please email me if you are interested djwdeaf@aim.com

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by: don

If anyone is interested, I teach concealed carry classes and have worked with wheel chair bound and blind. Discounts for disabled.

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by: Anonymous

Know your rights!

Any public business that provides CCW classes is required to provide an interpreter upon request. If anyone refuses to provide you equal access to their services, I recommend you print out the applicable section of the ADA and present it directly to the business. If they still refuse, get a lawyer...

Title III – Public Accommodations (Businesses)

Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires businesses open to the public to ensure that individuals with a disability have equal access to all that the businesses have to offer. ADA Title III covers a wide range of places of public accommodation, including retail stores and the wide range of service businesses such as hotels, theaters, restaurants, doctors' and lawyers' offices, optometrists, dentists, banks, insurance agencies, museums, parks, libraries, day care centers, recreational programs, social service agencies, and private schools. It covers both profit and non-profit organizations. Unlike the employment section of the ADA, which only applies to employers with 15 or more employees, ADA Title III applies to all businesses, regardless of size.

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