BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The inventor of Caroline’s Cart — a grocery shopping cart designed to carry children and adults with special needs — will meet with federal policymakers and other elected officials March 12-14 in Washington to raise awareness of the cart as a new addition for retailers seeking to make their stores more accessible. Drew Ann Long, whose 12-year-old daughter Caroline inspired her to design the shopping cart, will speak to the National Council on ...

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