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Best and worst states for people with disabilities revealed in WalletHub report
Best Cities for People with Disabilities
Worst Cities for People with Disabilities
Overland Park, KS
Los Angeles, CA
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Las Vegas, NV
North Las Vegas, NV
Source: WalletHub For those with disabilities, having access to buildings, high-quality health care and jobs are all factors in considering where to live.
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