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“Everyone is just one bad day away from needing accessible options the #ADA requires to help them get around,” tweeted Sen. Tammy Duckworth.
Kate Lynn Blatt is the first transgender person to be allowed to sue under the Americans with Disabilities Act for gender dysphoria.
The positions and past histories of Cabinet members leading the administration indicate a hostile environment for people with disabilities.
State representatives and others from both major political parties who have promised to progress disability rights were winners on election night.
Federal judge says Disney does not violate Americans with Disabilities Act by not catering to individual preferences.
Protesters chanted "disability rights are human rights" outside the White House last week.
Small businesses struggle with financial hardships and potentially closing down completely following a series of lawsuits taking advantage of strict ADA regulations.
The bus transportation company will pay at least $300,000 to passengers it discriminated against and addresses ADA violations.
While professionals with disabilities struggle to establish themselves in the private sector, the U.S. government is employing this population at a record — even at the senior level.
More Republicans believe speech disorders, learning disabilities and cancer aren’t disabilities either.
As the Americans With Disabilities Act celebrates its 25th anniversary July 26, significant gaps remain in hiring the 19 percent of Americans with disabilities. New laws aim to improve the efforts of federal contractors and help people with disabilities save more.
Employment First aims to put more people with disabilities in well-paying jobs with room for growth.
Renowned disability advocate Kathy Martinez brings her experience to Wells Fargo, heading an effort to improve recruitment, customer service and supplier diversity for people with disabilities.
What did the company do now? Refuse to hire a job applicant because she wore a hijab.
To overcome basic misconceptions, a professional with a disability must be fully integrated into the workplace, not isolated.
See how this employee’s firing was justified, and read other cases on racial discrimination, religion, disability and FMLA.
Workplace diversity includes work/life, but can offering employees flexibility and other benefits get you in trouble? Here are the pitfalls to avoid.
Can a manager legally keep his employee, who has diabetes, from testing her blood sugar? Read this and other recent discrimination cases.
Did diversity and inclusion in a corporate culture cause a reaction to this chin-chucking incident? Read this case and more in our legal update.