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Nearly 14 million (estimate) people in US are Physically Challenged. California, Texas, Florida & New York states are having more physically challenged people whereas Wyoming has the least (61K). Here is the report on various disbaility indicators and how they spread across United States.

Source: Disability Statistics from Cornell University

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