Deaf Japanese tourist detained in Honolulu alleges discrimination

HONOLULU — A deaf Japanese tourist was illegally denied a sign-language interpreter while she was detained and interrogated after landing at the Honolulu International Airport, the American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii said in a discrimination complaint.
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