Americans with Disabilities
  • “What the Americans with Disabilities Act Means to Me”

    This week marks the 21st anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a landmark measure that has ushered in vast improvements in transportation, employment law, and civil rights for those with disabilities. Signed into law on July 26, 1990, the ADA has made the United States an example to the world and has helped reduce barriers so that anyone in our country can achieve their goals.

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  • Celebrating the Americans with Disabilities Act

    Several months ago, a friend told me a story about a conversation he had in Edinburgh, Scotland, with a local taxicab driver. When he learned my friend was American, the cab driver mentioned that he and his wife, who is in a wheelchair, always travel to the United States on vacation.

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