The California Supreme Court need not consider whether disabled citizens have a right to online accommodation by CNN, the 9th Circuit said.

Though the federal appeals court had certified the question to California’s high court in February, it withdrew certification late Friday in a brief order.

The question had stemmed from a dispute by the Greater Los Angeles Agency on Deafness (GLAAD) over the CNN’s refusal to caption videos on its website.

GLAAD sued the Cable News Network in 2011, alleging the lack of captions online violated California’s Unruh Civil Rights Act and the California Disabled Persons Act.

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