Ever since president Bush signed into law the Americans with Disabilities act of 1990, we have seen countless entities in the private sector fall to lawsuits claiming that their facilities were discriminatory against the disabled. Over two decades later, we are seeing frustrations shift against those who are supposed to keep the best interests of the people […]
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