Two South Florida congressmen are expected to announce plans today to introduce legislation designed to block plaintiffs’ lawyers from using the Americans with Disabilities Act as a mill for grinding out legal fees.

In recent months, more than 600 businesses large and small in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties have been slapped with federal ADA suits demanding better access to public accommodations for the handicapped.

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