California state Sen. Ellen Corbett, D-San Leandro, may have drafted the ultimate solution to a long-standing battle over disability-access litigation.

Her Senate Bill 747 is supported by two groups who rarely see eye-to-eye: the Consumer Attorneys of California and the California Chamber of Commerce. The California Hotel and Lodging Association likes it, too. And the bill recently sailed out of the state Senate with almost unanimous support from Democrats and Republicans.

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