UNL pays $20K to settle disabled parking lawsuit

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Posted: Thursday, January 16, 2014 12:00 am

OMAHA (AP) — The University of Nebraska-Lincoln will pay a Lincoln man $20,000 to settle a federal lawsuit accusing the university of illegally closing down handicapped parking stalls on campus during Nebraska home football games.

Richard Norton Jr. sued UNL in 2012 after he says he was not allowed to park in a handicapped stall outside of the University of Nebraska State Museum during a home football game in 2010. Norton says he was told the handicapped spots were being held for university donors.

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