Congress passes major disabilities rights bill
New York Times, September 22, 2008
Lost amid the collapse of the stock market, the bickering presidential campaigns, the Hurricane Ike cleanup and the mayhem and violence overseas was the passage last week of a major civil rights bill for Americans with disabilities. The White House said President Bush would sign the bill, just as his father signed the original Americans With Disabilities Act in 1990.
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