Deaf-Blind Patrons Should Be Able to Go to the Movies Too

A Pennsylvania man asked a Cinemark Theatre in Pittsburgh to supply a tactile interpreter. The theatre denied his request. 

Paul McGann, a deaf-blind man who uses tactile interpretation to enjoy movies, was denied his request of tactile interpreter when he wanted to see the 2014 movie "Gone GirlWhen presented the case the Philadelphia-based 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against Cinemark in favor of the plaintiff.

"Federal disability law requires movie theaters to provide specialized interpreters to patrons who are deaf and blind, an appeals court said Friday." (Quotation from source linked in title)