A disabled Florida woman paid a virtual visit to Maine and left a trail of lawsuits in her wake. Six to be exact.

Deborah Laufer is described in the federal lawsuits as a “tester” for the purpose of asserting her civil rights and ensuring that places of public accommodation comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act. Her six lawsuits in Maine are among hundreds she has filed in more than a dozen states.

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