The American Council for the Blind is trying to get the Treasury Department to start printing money that's easier for blind people to handle, WUSA reports.
Back in 2008, responding to an earlier suit filed by the group, a court ordered the department to begin printing denominations of money that blind or visually-impaired people could decipher by touch.
But now they've been told the government can't print accessible money for the blind until 2026.
"This government could put a person on the moon within a decade," ACB member Paul D'Addario told WUSA. "It's going to be near two decades at least before we'll have tactile currency. It does boggle the mind."
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