Many communities and cities are refusing to install autism street signs because of the cost and labor that they would have to pay for. The question is when parents offer to reimburse the city for the cost, they still won’t put one up. I’ve seen Deaf child signs all over and that is not a problem. Guess what, these kids are disable in their cognitive ability. So why do some states recognize these signs and others don’t? I was told that there is no law for or against them. So I was told to contact my local state representative about the issue. We contacted them and was told by the state that it was not illegal to post such a sign. This seems to be like a dog chasing it’s tail. Why can’t this issue be dealt with on a national basis?