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The college admissions and bribery scandal revealed that some were taking advantage of a system meant to help students with disabilities. Ryan Johnson for NPR hide caption

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Why The College Admissions Scandal Hurts Students With Disabilities

"Stories like this are why we continue to see backlash to disability rights laws," one expert said.

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Why The College Admissions Scandal Hurts Students With Disabilities

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Just Like Blood Sharon Van Etten
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Former speaker of the house John Boehner has emerged as one of the most vocal advocates in the GOP for legalizing marijuana. Above, Boehner answers questions at the U.S. Capitol on December 5, 2013. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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John Boehner Was Once 'Unalterably Opposed' To Marijuana. He Now Wants It To Be Legal

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Money Is King Leyla McCalla
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Bridal Veil Falls Chris Thile

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