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The ADA Turns 25

July 26 marked twenty-five years since the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The legislation was comprehensive, aiming to protect individuals from discrimination in employment (Title I), public services (Title II), and places of public accommodations (Title III). Congress hoped to remove obstacles to employment, especially those based on stereotypes or stigmatization. Although the ADA has helped to open many doors, work remains to be done to ensure […]

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