Talk about the "Blind leading the blind": Court rules paper money unfair to blind
The U.S. discriminates against blind people by printing paper money that makes it impossible for them to distinguish the bills' value, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.
The ruling upholds a decision by a lower court in 2006. It could force the Treasury Department to redesign its money. Suggested changes have ranged from making bills different sizes to printing them with raised markings.
If this is "discrimination" than the word no longer has a meaning. It has simply become a term the courts can use to usurp the power the Constitution reserves for legislatures.