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Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing Access at the Capitol
Access at the Capitol information from the Commission Serving Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing Minnesotans.
FAQ - Special Needs Access: Information about Legislature's policy for assisting persons with special needs, wheelchair services
services for people who are blind or visually impaired, services for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
We have refined our website in an effort to conform to ADA standards and provide our online information in an accessible format.
In your internet browser, click the view menu at the top and hover your mouse over either the 'zoom' or 'text size' option. This will present you
with choices for scaling the text to your preferred size.
Alternatively, pressing the ctrl key + scrolling up or down with the mouse wheel will change the text size in most internet browsers.
The site navigation tabs are assigned access keys to allow for easy navigation for users with low mobility. Each tab illustrates which
letter is the access key with an underline.
In Mozilla Firefox press shift + alt + the corresponding letter. This will take you directly to the page.
In Microsoft Internet Explorer press shift + alt + the corresponding letter, which will highlight the link, then press enter to follow it.
C will jump you to the page content
N will jump you to the page side navigation
H takes you to the homepage of the Minnesota House of Representatives
S takes you to the homepage of the Minnesota Senate
J take you to a list of the Joint Departments and Commissions
L will take you to the Minnesota Statutes, Laws, and Rules
B will take you to Bills
E will take you to the schedules page
P will take you to the publications page
G will take you to the general information page
E-Government Usability/Accessibility Compliment/Concern Page
Having accessibility or usability problems with any Minnesota state government website or software? Or have you used a state website or
software that works especially well for people with disabilities? Please send your comments using the E-Government Usability/Accessibility Compliments and Concern page.
Accessibility Information and Resources
See the Minnesota Star Program's Accessibility and Usability of E-Government Services.