LANSING, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – A bill has been reintroduced in Lansing which would require a universally accessible adult changing table in most places with public restrooms.

It is named “Liam’s Law” and was inspired by an 8-year-old named Liam who has several rare conditions. Those rare conditions prevent him from being potty trained and he must wear diapers for the rest of his life.

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Currently, the ability to find a changing table for anyone older than the age of three is rare.

In 2022, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) began a grant program to help install more adult-sized changing tables.