WASHINGTON Subway parent Doctor's Associates has agreed to loan funds interest-free to franchisees under a settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice over alleged infractions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The loans would be used by franchisees within the 20,000-store system to remove service barriers to disabled customers and makes rest rooms accessible "whenever readily achievable." The DOJ said. Milford, Conn.-based Doctor's Associates cooperated "to fashion a ...

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