The clothing chain Hollister will get rid of steps at its trademark entrances at dozens of stores across the U.S. to make the doorways wheelchair accessible as part of a settlement approved Thursday by a federal judge. The agreement marks the end of a six-year court battle involving the retailer that specializes in Southern California-inspired casual wear targeted at teens. The entrances are designed to look like beach houses. The Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition filed a lawsuit in 2009 arguing that Hollister violated federal law by limiting wheelchair users to side entrances. Two years later, a federal judge ruled that the raised porches violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.