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United States Code- 42 U.S.C. 1981
Source: Cornell Law School/The Legal Information Institute

United States statute that prohibits discrimination in the making of contracts. The law applies to individuals, states, and the federal government.
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Discrimination Appeals
Source: Seattle Human Rights Commission

Describes the process for appealing a decision by the Seattle Office for Civil Rights.
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Albertsons, Inc. v. Kirkingburg
Source: Findlaw

US Supreme Court opinion discussing whether a truck driver with monocular vision is disabled when he does not meet Department of Transportation requirements, but the Department of Transportation has granted the driver a waiver.
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Murphy v. United Parcel Service
Source: Findlaw

US Supreme Court opinion discussing whether a mechanic is disabled when his blood pressure exceeds Department of Transportation limits, when untreated, and the Department of Transportation has erroneously granted the mechanic a license to work.
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Appellate Court Rulings in Disability Cases
Source: Law Offices of David H. Greenberg

Listing of some of the major case law decisions on the subject with brief summaries of their holdings.
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