Maryland law requires that, upon request, places of public accommodation are to keep closed captioning activated on any television that is in use during regular hours in any public area. Places of public accommodation are excluded from this requirement if (1) no television receiver of any kind is available in the public area or (2) Read the Rest…
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Communication Access For more information about interpreting, including sign language and oral transliteration, please visit the Communication Access page. Assistive Technology For more information about assistive technology, including FM systems and assistive listening devices, please visit the Assistive Technology page. CART Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) is word-for-word instant speech-to-text translation provided on scene in just Read the Rest…
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