**Disneyland** Guests Beware: Lifetime Ban Threat for Misleading *Disability Access Service Registration* at Happiest Place 🚫🎒

ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA: Disneyland in Anaheim, California, has announced stricter measures for its Disability Access Service program to deter dishonesty during registration. The theme park revealed that guests found dishonest during the process risk facing a lifetime ban not just from Disneyland but also from its sister park in Orlando, Florida. The program’s aim is to address the widespread misuse, which has led to extended wait times for attractions and overcrowding in Genie+ lanes. Scheduled to …

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**Disneyland** introduces new changes to Disability Access Service program to combat misuse and long wait times

Anaheim, California – Disneyland and Walt Disney World are set to implement changes to their Disability Access Service program to address ongoing issues of misuse, which have led to longer queue times for attractions and backed-up Genie+ lanes for guests. The adjustments, scheduled to take effect on June 18 at Disneyland and May 20 at Walt Disney World, aim to ensure that the service is utilized by those who genuinely require it. Under the new …

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Disneyland Workers Demand Fair Wages and Safer Conditions as They Look to Unionize

ANAHEIM, California – Disneyland workers, including those who portray iconic characters like Mickey Mouse and Cinderella, are looking to unionize to improve working conditions and safety standards. The employees are seeking to be represented by the Actors’ Equity Association, which currently represents workers in live theatrical performance. The push for unionization comes as workers at Disneyland aim for better safety conditions and scheduling policies. Kate Shindle, President of Actors’ Equity Association, emphasized the dedication of …

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Disneyland Employees Fight for Fair Wages in Union Battle – Will They Succeed?

ANAHEIM, California – Disneyland employees portraying various Disney characters at the theme park are calling to join the Actor’s Equity Association, which represents a wide range of performers in the entertainment industry. The union is seeking to represent the 1,700 Disneyland employees in the characters and parades departments at the park. It mentioned that it has gathered more than 30% of the support from employees to file for a representation vote with the National Labor …

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