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Title 29, Chapter 31: Assistive Technology for Individuals with Disabilities
Source: Cornell Law School/The Legal Information Institute

Chapter of the U.S. Code covering assistive technology for individuals with disabilities with links to each section.
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Breastfeeding and the Law
Source: La Leche League

Information about breastfeeding laws. Includes information about pending legislation, visitation laws, and breastfeeding at work.
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Age Discrimination
Source: Findlaw

A collection of articles about Age Discrimination. Includes articles about ADEA waivers, foreign firms, employee benefit plans, and more.
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Know Your Rights: Public Accommodations
Source: Washington State Human Rights Commission

Adobe file outlining your rights for public accommodations and other processes of the Human Rights Commission
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Affirmative Action and People with Disabilities
Source: United States Department of Labor

Overview on how affirmative action relates to people with disabilities. This site contains information on how affirmative action benefits people with disabilities in the workforce. Listed are reasons why people with disabilities should be included in affirmative action programs; the components of a successful affirmative action plan to recruit, employ and advance people with disabilities; and where you can find additional information.
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