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Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability in State and Local Government Services
Source: United States Department of Justice

Final ruling by the Department of Justice implementing the ADA into actions by all state and local governments.
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Washington v. Davis
Source: Findlaw

U.S. Supreme Court case discussing the mental state of mind to prove a constitutional discrimination violation. In the case, a police department used a standardized test that resulted in a disproportionate negative impact on black applicants.
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St. Francis College v. Al-Khazraji
Source: Findlaw

US Supreme Court case defining the term "race" in 42 U.S.C. � 1981. Because 42 U.S.C. � 1981 was enacted in 1866, "race" under this statute has a broader meaning.
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American Disabilities Act
Source: Findlaw

Discussion of the various types of facilities that employers are required to make accessible under the American with Disabilities Act, from the application process and recruitment to social functions and recreational activities.
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EEOC Guidance on ADA Reasonable Accommodation
Source: Findlaw

Article by Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker, LLP discussing an EEOC Guidance about who is entitled to reasonable accommodations, requests for reasonable accommodations, requesting documentation, reasonable accommodations, and undue hardship.
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