Dina Titus wants translations for signs at US airports
Congresswoman Dina Titus wants translations for signs at US airports (Las Vegas Review-Journal).
Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., filed a bill Thursday aimed at easing air travel for non-English-speaking travelers at McCarran International Airport and other U.S. airports.
The legislation, expected to be taken up and passed by a House committee next week, would require the Transportation Security Administration to translate signs and airport videos in other languages, as well as address the needs of people who are hearing- and visually impaired.
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