Chicago Cubs facing federal review over Wrigley Field access

 

December 8, 2019



CHICAGO (AP) — Federal officials are investigating whether the Chicago Cubs' ongoing $1 billion renovation of Wrigley Field provides adequate wheelchair access.

The Cubs have filed a notice of the review in Chicago federal court where the team is defending itself against a lawsuit filed by a wheelchair user who alleges the stadium's seating doesn't meet Americans with Disabilities Act standards and is actually worse than before the renovation.

The Chicago Tribune reports that a team attorney wrote in a letter to the judge that the Cubs believe the renovation has "significantly increased"...



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