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ACLU, Law Foundation, Disability Rights Advocates Announce Lawsuit to Stop Mountain View’s RV Parking Ban

Civil Rights Organizations Sue Mountain View Over RV Parking Ban

  Lawsuit argues ban is unconstitutional and an attempt to banish unhoused individuals from the City July 14, 2021 – Mountain View, CA – The Law Foundation of Silicon Valley, the ACLU Foundation of Northern California, and Disability Rights Advocates joined with pro bono partners Hewlett Packard Enterprise and King & Spalding to file a […]

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Civil Rights Law Firm Seeks Litigator with 3-7 Years’ Experience Disability Rights Advocates (DRA), a non-profit, civil rights law firm, seeks a dynamic and motivated litigator who shares our vision of creating a society that strives toward justice and fairness for all. Ideal candidates have 3-7 years’ experience in complex, civil rights and/or class action […]

Chicago Students With Disabilities No Longer to Be Excluded From Free School Lunches

  Judge grants preliminary approval for settlement of lawsuit against Chicago Public Schools for excluding students with disabilities from their free breakfast and lunch programs June 29,2021—Chicago, IL—Chicago Public Schools (CPS) students with disabilities will now have access to free breakfast and lunch, thanks to a class action lawsuit filed by Legal Council for Health […]

Federal Judge Orders North Carolina To Provide Accessible Absentee Voting

  June 17, 2021 – Raleigh, NC – On June 15, 2021, Judge Terrence W. Boyle of the federal District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina ordered the North Carolina Board of Elections to take immediate steps to ensure that blind voters will have equal access to the 2021 municipal elections and all […]

Baltimore Sun

Wheelchair Users File Class-Action Lawsuit, Saying Baltimore Sidewalks Fail to Meet ADA Requirements

Washington Examiner

Wheelchair Users Sue Baltimore Over ‘Widespread’ Violations of Federal Accessibility Requirements

KQED

‘Lyft’s Got to Look Into Its Own Soul’: Judge Weighs Requiring Lyft to Provide Wheelchair Users Equal Service

People With Mobility Disabilities File Class Action Lawsuit Against City of Baltimore

  City’s curb ramps and sidewalks do not meet federal accessibility requirements June 10, 2021 – Baltimore, MD – Three wheelchair users and the IMAGE Center of Maryland have filed a class action lawsuit alleging widespread and ongoing violations of federal accessibility requirements by the City of Baltimore for its failure to properly install and […]