Accessibility

Accessibility

Accessibility Standards

If you are having any problems accessing this Web site, please let us know so that we can improve this site. Please be as specific as possible in your description of the problem(s) encountered, as well as their location on the web site.

In order to maximize accessibility, this site has been designed in conformance with:

Resizing Text on Websites

All modern browsers (Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer) provide temporary and permanent setting options to adjust the text size as well as your font type.  Once permanently set, your preference of font and text size will be the default options for all websites you visit.  This is much more useful than looking for text resizing settings on each individual website that you visit.

In most browsers, you can easily change the text size by zooming in and out with either your keyboard or the keyboard and a scroll wheel mouse.

  • Zoom in - Hold down the Control (Ctrl) or Command (⌘) key and the plus (+) key.  If using a scroll wheel mouse, scroll while holding the Control or Command key down.
  • Zoom out - Hold down the Control (Ctrl) or Command (⌘) key and the minus (-) key.  If using a scroll wheel mouse, scroll while holding the Control or Command key down.
  • Zoom Reset - To change your zoom level back to the original setting, Hold down the Control (Ctrl) or Command (⌘) key and the zero (0).

For detailed information on changing the settings for your particular browser, please refer to these instructions provided by the Disabled World website:

Other Tools

For a list of plug-ins to access non-HTML applications used on this website, please see the Tools page.

 

Press Release Aug 17, 2017
Rep. Issa and Sen. Lee: Job Licensing Is Too Often Bad for Jobs TIME Magazine August 17, 2017 By: Rep. Darrell Issa and Sen. Mike Lee
Press Release Aug 17, 2017
In the wake of the events in Charlottesville this weekend, Congressman Darrell Issa (R-Vista) today released a letter calling for the House Judiciary Committee to hold a hearing at the full committee... Read More
Press Release Aug 15, 2017
Following President Trump's remarks at Trump Tower in regards to the white supremacist attack in Charlottesville, Congressman Issa responded on Twitter with the following statements:  
Press Release Aug 15, 2017
As consensus continues to build on all sides of the aisle to roll back many of our nation's capricious and often unaccountable licensing requirements for Americans to work in particular fields,... Read More
In The News Aug 14, 2017
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