Sixteen families are suing the Walt Disney Corporation, claiming it does not provide adequate access to rides for theme park visitors with autism.
In October, Disney stopped offering autistic visitors a guest assistance card, which allows them to bypass lines.
Instead, they are offered a disability access service card, which gives them a scheduled return time.
The families said Disney is violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.
They said some people with autism have difficulty waiting for rides.
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