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Becky Ogle is no Clint Eastwood fan.
The disabled fights activist from Bethesda, Md., parked her wheelchair outside the House Judiciary Committee's hearing room to confront the movie star after he testified in favor of modifying the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Eastwood is fighting a lawsuit over alleged ADA violations at his Mission Ranch Hotel in Carmel, Calif. He traveled to Washington, D.C., to testify in favor of legislation that would give property owners 90 days to correct ADA violations once they are notified. If the violations are corrected within that period, the property owners could not be sued.
"I'm here just as a common person speaking of fairness," said Eastwood, who argued …