DRAC sues Boyd Gaming Corp. June 15, 1999DISABLED RIGHTS ACTION COMMITTEE (DRAC) announced Tuesday the filing of lawsuit CV-S-99-0755-PMP-RJJ, another in a continuing series of federal civil rights lawsuits in U.S. District Court.. The named Defendant is BOYD GAMING CORP. (NYSE: BYD). Plaintiffs are Ronald Ray Smith, DRAC's volunteer Technical Advisor and DRAC. BOYD is a Nevada-based gaming corporation. Among BOYD's major Nevada properties are SAM'S TOWN, BOURBON STREET, MAIN STREET and the STARDUST in Las Vegas and the ELDORADO in Reno. DRAC and Smith are requesting an injunction from the court ordering Defendant BOYD to cease operation of its fixed-route shuttle bus systems in Las Vegas and Reno until such time as it and/or its contractor(s) can deploy accessible buses that offer "ready access" to those who use personal mobility devices. Read more about DRAC sues Boyd Gaming Corp.