By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Advocates say disabled D.C. drivers should not be penalized because others motorists have fraudulently used handicapped placards to get parking spaces in the past.
"I firmly believe the cost should be free," said Dr. Carlo Tornatore, chairman of the department of neurology at Georgetown University Hospital, of parking for the disabled.
Dr. Tornatore said he often treats disabled patients who are on very low incomes and that requiring them to suddenly start paying for parking is unfair.