Court Says Dollar Design Discriminates Against Blind : NPR

A U.S. Court of Appeals has ruled the Treasury Department is discriminating against the blind by printing money that is all the same size, with no tactile features that would make it possible to distinguish, say, a $10 bill from a $20. The decision could force the Treasury Department to redesign U.S. bills.

Court Says Dollar Design Discriminates Against Blind : NPR [link to streaming audio]