People with certain medical conditions who need to use the bathroom immediately will soon be allowed to use employee-only restroom facilities in Massachusetts if no public bathroom is available. Governor Deval Patrick’s signature on Wednesday made Massachusetts the 13th state to pass a so-called restroom access bill. According to the bill’s supporters, inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis make bathroom access a more immediate concern.
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