Sign language may be required at briefings

A federal judge ruled this week that the White House may have to provide American Sign Language interpretation at its televised news briefings on the coronavirus pandemic, in response to a lawsuit brought by the National Association of the Deaf and five deaf Americans.

The order is pending the court’s determination on how to implement it and whether it’s practical to do so. A hearing has been set for next Thursday.

According to court documents, since March, President Donald Trump and the…

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