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Disability Rights

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Americans with Disabilities Act: the education section says there will be an increase in civil rights enforcement
== Americans with Disabilities Act ==
[ The ADA] (Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990) is a federal civil rights law that is designed to keep disabled people from being discriminated against in jobs, business, and public programs, including education.[] Complaints about violations of the ADA are handled by the US Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division.[]
===Trump/GOP Agenda===
Trump has proposed cutting funds for civil rights enforcement, which includes the ADA.[] This '''could allow employers to discriminate against people with disabilities''' in the workplace, in [[Educational Justice|schools]], and in [[Housing / Infrastructure|housing]]. It could also deny people with disabilities reasonable accommodations.[]
==Employment for People with Disabilities==
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