Movie ticket prices within the jurisdiction of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will be going up.  From the Yuma Sun:  “Theater owners have to make special devices available to ensure those with hearing and vision disabilities can enjoy the movies, a federal appeals court ruled Friday.  In a unanimous decision, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals rejected arguments by attorneys for the Arizona-based Harkins theater chain that nothing in federal law requires them to purchase and install the necessary equipment.  The judges said the kinds of devices at issue here clearly fall within the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.”