MINNEAPOLIS -- Supervalu here said last week it plans to make its stores in the District of Columbia area more accessible to disabled consumers under an agreement with a disability rights group. ility Rights Council of Greater Washington and various individuals with disabilities, which charged Supervalu with violating the Americans with Disabilities Act. According to the DRC, the lawsuit followed complaints by consumers regarding access to Shoppers stores, primarily concerning the use of ...

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