When Erica Jones looks for a place to call home, her must-haves are non-negotiable.
“Can I get through the front door? Are there steps? And can I get inside the bathroom and turn around?" she asked.
Jones uses a wheelchair, so space is important.
“If I can't maneuver the bathroom, that deems the entire apartment unlivable,” she said.
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 made public spaces more accessible, but many of the civil rights law’s regulations don’t apply to residential housing.