An autistic man’s family filed an appeal on Monday after U.S. District Judge Ann Conway ruled last month that Disney did not violate the Americans with Disabilities Act. Disney used to allow guests with disabilities immediate access to the fast pass. That meant they only waited for 10 to 15 minutes for any attraction. But Disney changed the program in 2013. Now, disabled guests get an IOU to come back to the ride at a specific time. In her ruling, Conway wrote that guests with autism had access on par with non-disabled guests.
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