In Griffin v. Department of Labor Federal Credit Union, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a visually-impaired man did not have standing to demand that a website of a federal credit union integrate speech-based navigation into its website. As quoted in Virginia Lawyers Weekly, Tommy predicted that change would be inevitable due to the perseverance of the disabled to break down barriers. “The arguments and themes of this case from the perspective of the disabled are ones of perseverance,” Strelka said. “The progress we demand will be inevitable. This stands for a case of access denied to the disabled. Those cases don’t fare well as the years roll by.” A link to the article may be read HERE.