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Thomas Perez, assistant attorney general for the civil rights division at the U.S. Department of Justice, said he is making enforcement of the Olmstead ruling a new priority for his division. Harry Hamburg/AP hide caption

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Daphne Beal (right) and her sister Cecily, who is developmentally disabled and legally blind. Daphne says that when they're together, they revert to the things they've done since they were kids. Courtesy of Daphne Beal hide caption

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Iraq vet Chris Rader takes an advanced vision test designed to spot hemianopsias and other vision problems. Rader’s hemianopsia prevents him from seeing any of the lights on the left side of the panel. Amy Standen/KQED hide caption

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Olivia's mom, Tamara, reads to her in the family's living room in Lincoln, Ill. Her father John and brother Brian are on the couch. Olivia Welter is 20 years old, now. She breathes with the help of the portable ventilator on the back of her wheelchair. She can't speak. She can't move. She can't even close her eyelids--her eyes are wide open. John Poole/NPR hide caption

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