The Jacksonville City Council approved an agreement with disability rights organizations on May 23, settling lawsuits concerning the City’s prior decision to rescind a previously approved supportive housing complex.
A new legal settlement seeks to make it easier for people with disabilities to exercise their voting rights in Chicago. The Department of Justice and the Board of Election Commissioners for the City of Chicago announced the agreement on April 20.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey signed a bill into law April 18 that will make it significantly harder for people with disabilities to file Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuits against businesses.
Indiana Disability Rights filed a complaint with the state’s education agency on April 3, accusing it of segregating children with disabilities by not allowing them to participate in recess.
The U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon signed off March 27 on a comprehensive agreement, obligating the state to undergo its largest ever investment in accessible transportation.
In a letter to the House Judiciary Committee dated March 13, the Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities voiced strong opposition to a proposed bill that it argues would create “significant obstacles” for people with disabilities pursuing lawsuits against businesses and other places of public...
Disability Rights Montana is opposing a bill introduced into the state house that makes it a crime to fraudulently misrepresent a service dog. House Bill 364, heard by the state’s House Human Services Committee on February 13, would punish such actions as a misdemeanor, punishable up to $500 for...
The Arizona Center for Disability Law is calling on Arizona legislators to reject a bill that would create a “cure period” for business that fail to make their facilities and services accessible to people with disabilities.
In a federal lawsuit filed March 2, Disability Rights Pennsylvania alleges that a new restaurant from Food Network and Iron Chef star Jose Garces is inaccessible to people with mobility disabilities and those who use wheelchairs.
The U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona has denied the state of Arizona’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit arguing that state and local governments are required by the Americans with Disabilities Act to provide text-to-911 services.