Americans with Disabilities Act Case NPR's Nina Totenberg reports on the arguments the Supreme Court will hear today which deal with the Americans With Disabilities Act. The case tests whether an employer must hire a qualified applicant who wants the job, even though the job might injure or even kill the worker.
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Americans with Disabilities Act Case

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Americans with Disabilities Act Case

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NPR's Nina Totenberg reports on the arguments the Supreme Court will hear today which deal with the Americans With Disabilities Act. The case tests whether an employer must hire a qualified applicant who wants the job, even though the job might injure or even kill the worker.