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28 Total Stories (Displaying articles 1 - 20)

O'Connor Criticizes Disabilities Law as Too Vague (Post, March 15, 2002)

Supreme Court Narrows Reach of Disability Law (Post, Jan. 8, 2002; 5:08 PM)

Disabled Pro Golfer Wins Right To Use Cart: Court Grants Martin Exception to PGA Rule (Post, May 30, 2001)

Supreme Court Agrees to Review 2 Disability Cases: Toyota and US Airways Seek To Overturn Rulings for Injured (Post, April 17, 2001)

Court Limits Scope of ADA: Decision Curtails Disabled State Employees' Ability to Sue (Post, Feb. 22, 2001)

Supreme Court Limits Disability Law (Post, Feb. 21, 2001; 1:13 PM)

Putting the Course Before the Cart: PGA Tour Rules Against Riding Are Wrong, Disabled Golfer Tells Supreme Court (Post, Jan. 18, 2001)

No Accomplishment Too Small: Persistence Pays at Md. School for Disabled (Post, Dec. 27, 2000)

Court Weighs Boundaries of Federal Disability Law (Post, Oct. 11, 2000; 1:16 PM)

Clinton to Issue Executive Order on Disability Hiring (Post, July 26, 2000; 3:45 PM)

The Struggle for a Curbless World: Smithsonian Show Honors Anniversary of Disability Act (Post, July 14, 2000)

Supreme Court for Martin Case (Post, May 31, 2000)

Group for Disabled Sues Ames Retail Chain (Post, March 24, 2000)

Court Rules Martin Can Use Cart (Post, March 7, 2000)

2 Appeals Involving Disabilities Act Voided: Settlements Preclude High Court Decisions (Post, March 2, 2000)

THE REGULATORS: NHTSA Looks at Modified Cars and Vans; Keeping Vehicles Safe for the Disabled (Post, Feb. 11, 2000)

Court to Rule in ADA Case: Disabilities Debate Hinges on Right to Sue States Under U.S. Law (Post, Jan. 22, 2000)

Blind Group Sues AOL: Firm Accused of Bias Over Incompatible System (Post, Nov. 5, 1999)

Courts Present Barriers to Justice: Many Official Buildings Are Laden With Obstacles (Post, Oct. 18, 1999)

Court Allows Karate School HIV Rule (Post, Oct. 5, 1999)


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