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Parents Protest Chuck E. Cheese for Violating Rights of Special Needs Child

Mark Eschoe of Atlanta took his daughter Marley, 9, to a Chuck E. Cheese party for special needs children. Eschoe asked the supervisor for permission to use the women’s room and she rudely told him no. ”I don’t care if she’s special needs,” he recalled her saying. “I’m not going to treat her any differently than I do my other patrons.” The men’s room was busy at the time. (Photo: Chuck E. Cheese's)

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