No Law Protects Americans Off-Loading Wheelchairs from Vans

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Mr. Barack Obama,
President of the United States of America
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

Dear Mr. President:

We concerned citizens of America are requesting that you issue an Emergency Executive Order--To Reform Handicapped Parking Regulations and Protect People with Disabilities, Needing to Off-Load Wheelchairs from Vans.

Millions of people in the USA are suffering from abuse and discrimination due to outdated ADA Handicapped Parking Regulations, which set standards for state governments nationwide. The simple directive "Van Accessible parking spaces are not only for vans," has distorted lawmaker, and public perceptions so that anyone with Handicapped licensing can park in Van Accessible parking spaces--even motorcyclists. The trickle-down effect is devastating to American citizens with disabilities, who must off-load wheelchairs from accessible vans, and have nowhere to park.

Mr. President, we believe there is urgent need to gain relief for this great segment of our nation's population and anticipate that you will agree the time has come for change!

Best Regards,
Concerned Citizens of the USA


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Sharon Clark American Alliance to End Handicapped Parking Abuse administrator@aaehpa.org

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We are a grassroots, organization, comprised of concerned citizens, formed solely to get our governments to fix the flawed Handicapped Parking Regulation systems nationwide!  For further information, please visit our website at 

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