In a move to try and improve transparency in the development of disabled accessibility standards, the Division of the State Architect (DSA) has appointed 13 individuals to serve on the newly formed Access Code Collaborative. This effort is largely in response to the growing level of hostility shown by the advocates of the disabled community towards any effort by the Administration to update the accessibility codes. Protests have become commonplace at administrative and legislative hearings at the Capitol. In addition, an advocate for the disabled community recently sued the DSA and the Building Standards Commission over the perceived inadequacy of accessibility standards that had been adopted for electric vehicle charging stations constructed in public areas. The plaintiff lost the case but DSA felt it was time to put together an advisory body to assist the state in the development of future regulations. CBIA Technical Director Bob Raymer was appointed to the group and will represent the construction industry.