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Congressional Developments in Disability Law

By Sy DuBow & Karen Peltz Strauss

In 1988, numerous federal bills were passed that will enable deaf individuals to achieve equality and independence in the mainstream of society; the Americans with Disabilities Act, if passed, will ban discrimination against disabled persons in employment, public accommodations, public services, transportation, and telecommunications by private businesses and state and local governments.

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