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(Goal: To collect news about people with disability and disability policies in Mississippi (Personal project, does not reflect the views of my employer.))
When Mohita Abbaraju told their parents that they were trying to apply for disability accommodations at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Abbaraju's father called it “the easy way out.” Abbaraju, a college junior, was born…
The NM Political Report
– May 9, 11:05 PM
It was right after the fifth-period bell last October that Sebastian Montano lay face down in the grass outside Alamogordo High School, screaming for his mother, as two police officers pinned him to the ground and thrust a Taser in his back.
If you've ever thought about running for office but aren't sure where to start, a new webinar series from the National Council on Independent Living may be for you. Beginning on June 3, this training seminar is designed to give political novices…
The reason we have as many elevators in the subway as we do now is because disability rights groups sued the MTA in 1979 and won, forcing the agency to install 54 elevators in stations scattered throughout the system. And that requirement later…