The disabled will no longer go to the front of the line at Disneyland and Disney World as a result of some people abusing the system.
FOX News Radio's Jessica Rosenthal reports:
The disabled have typically been able to get to the front of the line at Disneyland and Disney World. But now, park spokespeople say they're going to start issuing tickets to the disabled with a time for them to return to the ride. The change is because of people who've been taking advantage of the previous system by charging people who are healthy, a lot of money, and getting them disabled-access. The parents of some children who are disabled say this isn't a good change for them, they say some disabilities don't allow for their children to wait in really any kind of line.
Jessica Rosenthal, FOX News Radio.