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Disability Rights Advocates Win Limited Court Victory

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Disability Rights Advocates Win Limited Court Victory

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Disability Rights Advocates Win Limited Court Victory

Disability Rights Advocates Win Limited Court Victory

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The U.S. Supreme Court upholds a key provision of the Americans with Disabilities Act that allows disabled people to sue states that fail to provide adequate access to courthouses. Advocates for the disabled had wanted the high court to issue a broader ruling, upholding the use of lawsuits to ensure access to all public services. Hear NPR's Nina Totenberg.

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