Braille menu law for restaurants proposed

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January 8, 2007 19:47

Restaurants would be forced to translate their menus into Braille according to a new law proposed by MK Leah Shemtov (Israel Beiteinu) Monday. Shemtov said that nearly no restaurants in Israel currently translate their menus into Braille, the standard system of raised dots used by the blind to read.


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