There’s no place in the Magic Kingdom for stand-up motor scooters.
For the last couple of years, a class of disabled people has been dueling with Walt Disney over Disney’s ban of Segway scooters at its theme parks in Florida. The two sides reached a settlement last December in which Disney agreed to acquire a small fleet of stand-up scooters. Orlando federal district court Judge Gregory Presnell gave the deal preliminary approval, but then had a change of heart. On Tuesday he voided the settlement and threw out the suit. Here’s his ruling.
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