ADA in focus

Article Archive

These articles are reprinted or adapted from ADA In Focus, the newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic ADA Center. ADA in Focus is intended for use by individuals, state and local governments, businesses, legal entities, and others interested in developments in the Americans with Disabilities Act. This publication is intended solely as an informal guidance and should not be construed as legally binding. ADA In Focus does not serve as determination of the legal rights or responsibilities under the ADA for any individual, business, or entity.

The articles are listed in chronological order, beginning with the most recent.

Revisiting Reasonable Accommodation

Congress passed the ADA because they found that discrimination against people with disabilities was persistent “in such critical areas as employment, housing, public accommodations, education,

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