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June 25, 2012



Darren, I'd like a bit of a clarification. Are you suggesting that disabled RVers should not have the same access to public pools that the abled have because of a perception that the disabled are mor litigious?

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I certainly value all the grueling work that you've done keeping this website here for all of us. I hope this stays online for a good long time.

Darren McKinney

What position will DOJ take on lawsuits against the proprietors of camp grounds and hotels/motels when some newly "empowered" but still disabled pool enthusiasts invariably drown and their opportunistic survivors seek to blame someone else for the poor judgment of the deceased?

Darren McKinney
American Tort Reform Association

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