Wheelchair-bound protesters dragged out of congressional hearingGet the Full StoryJoe Perticone
Protesters were arrested and removed from a hearing at the US Capitol on Tuesday.
The Rules Committee was considering legislation that reforms the Americans with Disabilities Act, which the House is slated to vote on this week.
WASHINGTON — Demonstrators interrupting a hearing in the House Rules Committee to protest reforms to the Americans with Disabilities Act were arrested and dragged out of the room inside the US Capitol on Tuesday.
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