Americans with Disabilities Act
A mostly black Georgia county decided not to close most of its polling places after all
The board had argued the precincts had to shutter because they weren’t compliant with Americans with Disabilities Act. Then came the pushback.
Mammogram Machines Can Make You ‘Feel Like You’re from Another Planet’ When You’re Disabled
Physical structures and clinic access are only a piece of the cancer screening problem for people with disabilities.
Protesters with disabilities were handcuffed and dragged out of a House committee meeting
At least five protesters could be seen being taken away by police.
We See You, Fake Service Dog Owners
You're ruining it for people who actually need them.
Punk's Ethos of Inclusivity Leaves Out One Major Group
How lack of accessibility at punk venues leaves people with disabilities out of the scene.
Jason Kander: Eliminating Voting Rights is an Assault on Democracy
The Election Assistance Commission ensures that all Americans can vote freely and independently -- and it's under siege.
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Hundreds of Walmart Employees Say They've Been Punished for Taking Sick Days
"I hate the fact we got to worry about getting fired because we caught the flu."
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Should Gender Dysphoria be a Federally Protected Disability?
A lawsuit that aims to have gender dysphoria covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act could lend protection—and stigma—to the trans community.
Prisons basically ignore the Americans With Disabilities Act, leaving a third of inmates facing abuse and neglect
Why the Deaf Community Fears President Trump
A man who has mocked people with disabilities and expressed a desire to dismantle some of the protections that exist for people like me is about to become the president.
Applebee's Is Apologizing for Not Paying an Autistic Employee for a Year
Somehow, this prep cook with autism ended up not being paid for an entire year's worth of work at a Rhode Island Applebee's.
Should Growing Up in Compton Be Considered a Disability?
An unprecedented lawsuit brought by students and teachers in Compton, California argues that the trauma children experience while growing up in the city needs to be treated by schools like a disability.