I see the word thought police are out in force in Missouri:
Advocates for the disabled in Missouri want to strike the word "handicapped" from state laws about parking spaces.
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Green said she'd like to see the spaces marked in blue to be known simply as "accessible parking." The Planning Council and other advocacy groups have said they'll push for legislation to change the language in state law. Pritchard-Green said that's already the case in several other states.
Accessible parking? Who will know what that means? At least they don't advocate "differently abled parking" or "exceptional parking," which would force me to counter with "crippled parking" and "gimps only."
At the risk of sounding sane, it's how we treat people that matters. The fact that every establishment is required to make such spaces available more than trumps whatever offense some might take at how the spaces are labled.