Americans with Disabilities Act

The high court said the case over access at a hotel in Maine was moot because the plaintiff, a disabled woman from Florida, had dismissed her complaints.
Experts say this case could alter who has the standing to enforce federal disability law.
A former Tennessee correctional officer could receive $160,000 in back pay and damages after he was forced to resign for taking Suboxone to treat his opioid use disorder.
The lawsuit says allowing homeless people’s tents to block city sidewalks makes it difficult for people using wheelchairs, walkers or canes to use them.
“The use of AI is compounding the longstanding discrimination that jobseekers with disabilities face,” Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke told reporters Thursday.
The Justice Department says Uber is violating the Americans with Disabilities Act for failing to modify fees for those who may need extra time to get into a car.
The 11-time Gold Glove winner is accused of exposing himself multiple times and forcing a minor league batboy to wash his back in the shower in 2019.
"The ADA is more than a law," Biden said. "It’s a testament to our character as a people, our character as Americans.”
The Georgia-based groups state in an amended complaint that the law violates the Americans with Disabilities Act by discriminating against disabled voters.
On the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, "disabled people are still holding their breath."