Attitudes toward Title I of the Americans With Disabilities Act
O'Brien sets the stage by providing us with a brief history of disability and disability rights in the United States from colonial times, when people with disabilities were often hidden away by ashamed families in a world that valued self-reliance, to our present-day disagreements over the interpretation and intent of the Americans with Disabilities Act
and issues of judicial oversight affected by the new federalism.
National Football League player Terry Glenn sues the league under the Americans with Disabilities Act
A Technical Assistance Manual on the Employment Provisions (Title 1) of the Americans With Disabilities Act
helps employers, people with disabilities, and others learn about their obligations and rights under the employment provisions of the Americans With Disabilities Act
My fellow Americans, when the Americans with Disabilities Act
was signed in 1990, our nation made a promise we will no longer underestimate the abilities of Americans with disabilities.
The National Organization for Disabilities (NOD) believes all polling places should conform to the accessibility standards set out in the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act
President George Bush said, when signing the Americans with Disabilities Act
(ADA) passed in 1990, "Let the shameful wall of exclusion finally come tumbling down.
The Americans with Disabilities Act
(ADA; 1990) requires that buildings be physically accessible.
Once "road rage" has been officially baptized, then pharmaceutical companies can market drugs to reduce its symptoms, sufferers will be eligible for special consideration by their employers under the Americans With Disabilities Act
, and (most importantly) Dr.
The most widely known legal sanction to affect organized camping is the Americans with Disabilities Act
As a result of numerous laws -- notably the Civil Rights Act of 1991, the Americans With Disabilities Act
and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act -- employers face more financial exposure than ever before.
The Carolina Alliance for Fair Employment also found that three-fourths of workers were asked medical questions prior to an offer of a job, a practice that violates the Americans with Disabilities Act
Since the Americans with Disabilities Act
went into effect in July 1992, companies now are required by law to look at employees' abilities rather than at their disabilities.
The passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act
(ADA) will have significant impact on the design community.
Libraries have the responsibility to make such information about existing laws, including the Americans with Disabilities Act
of 1990, available to them.