Nearly two years after the Americans with Disabilities Act took effect, the majority of automated teller machines in the United States are still not easily accessible by people with disabilities, according to industry surveys.

The act requires ATMs to accommodate people with disabilities wherever such accommodations are "readily achievable" and do not place an "undue burden" on a financial institution.

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