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RE: Legal aspects of web accessibility

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From: Kelly Hokkanen
Date: Oct 29, 2003 2:43PM


Hello James,
You may have already found what you need, but just in case:

Most states that have a web accessibility policy now have it linked from
their state's home page, such as ours at www.maine.gov. The default
format for state government sites is www.state.me.us, where "me" would
be replaced by the 2-letter abbreviation for each state.

Kelly
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Kelly Hokkanen
Director of Creative Services
InforME: Information Resource of Maine
(207)621-2600 x28
<EMAIL REMOVED>
www.maine.gov


At 12:55 PM 10/28/2003 -0500, James Gagnier wrote:
>Hello everyone.
>
>I am looking into individual state legislation pertaining to web
>accessibility for a project I'm working on. Is there a resource that
>would have all 50 states policies and regulations pertaining to web
>accessibility? Any help would be appreciated.
>
>Thanks.
>
>James
>
>
>
>




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