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Smart Woman: Disabled At Disney World

Disney announced changes to its policy for disabled families. They used to go immediately to the front of the line. But the company said too many people were abusing the system. Some families even hired "disable tour guides" that granted the same privileges. Now, Disney will offer something like a fast pass, where families can check in and get a time to come back for a shorter line later. Disney is supposed to implement it's revised policy on October 9th.
Disney announced changes to its policy for disabled families. They used to go immediately to the front of the line. But the company said too many people were abusing the system. Some families even hired "disable tour guides" that granted the same privileges. Now, Disney will offer something like a fast pass, where families can check in and get a time to come back for a shorter line later. Disney is supposed to implement it's revised policy on October 9th.
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