Americans With Disabilities Act
Amid Its War on Fair Housing Protections, HUD Takes a Rare Aggressive Action Against Los Angeles
HUD reached a deal with Los Angeles to improve disability access, but has left other discrimination cases unaddressed.
Your Boss Can't Ask How Many Testicles You Have. Why Can NFL Coaches?
A cornerback prospect was reportedly asked about his private parts at the NFL combine. Does anti-discrimination law cover the NFL?
How George H.W. Bush Proved Himself to the Disability Rights Community
The ADA stands as one of Bush's greatest legacies. He didn't do it alone.
Why Congress Is Close to Gutting a Key Provision of the ADA
Retail lobbyists are pushing through a law that will limit equal access for disabled Americans in commercial spaces.
Companies That Exploit Disabled People Have a Friend in Jeff Sessions
Right before Christmas, the Department of Justice rescinded key protections for disabled workers.
Does the University of Southern California's Ex-Coach Have a Case?
Former football coach Steve Sarkisian is suing the university over discrimination. Is there any merit to his claims?
Was Benching Johnny Manziel an Act of Discrimination?
The Americans With Disabilities Act prohibits employment discrimination against alcoholics. What to make, then, of the Browns quarterback's recent demotion?
Should We Update Our Disability Insurance Program?
The disability program was saved—but an opportunity to improve it was lost.
The New York City Subway to a Person Using a Wheelchair
We have a long way to go before the Americans With Disabilities Act is actually realized.
'How the Americans With Disabilities Act Gave the Largest U.S. Minority Its Rights'
We see its effects everywhere, even if we don't acknowledge them.