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Topic - Ken Haas
A Georgia museum is catching flack for prohibiting a wheelchair-bound girl, 11, from entering because her wheels would dirty the carpets.
Ken Haas wrote in one post: "Do you think that a person in a wheelchair should not be allowed in a museum because they would get the carpet dirty?"
In another, he wrote: "Apparently the Ships and Sea Museum in Savannah Georgia has a policy that wheelchairs from the outside are not allowed on the carpet but shoes are allowed."