ACCESSIBILITY, DISCLAIMER AND WEB STANDARDS
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was established and passed as a law by congress in 1990. This wide‐ranging civil rights law prohibits, under certain circumstances, discrimination based on disability. As the internet and use of electronic media increased, the law has been expanded. The ADA currently states that this law applies to websites of business with 15 or more employees.Shope's IGA strives to make its information accessible to all individuals. If you use special adaptive equipment and encounter problems when using this website, please report them using the contact information provided on the website. We will let you know if the information is available in an alternate format.
Additional accessibility resources and assistance are available at ADA.gov.
We welcome any feedback on how to improve the site’s accessibility for all users. It is our goal to develop a website that is accessible to everyone!
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