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Charlotte Wyatt Leaves Hospital For Christmas, But Not With Parents
State's High Court To Decide If Mom Can Regain Custody Of Son, 3
Coalition Seeks Reconciliation For Gallaudet Protesters
Vatican Refuses To Sign Global Disability Rights Treaty
Kevorkian To Be Released Early; Disability Advocates Predict 'Miraculous' Recovery
Advocates Protested Efforts To Overturn 1913 Blind Massage Worker Law
Disability Agency Head Steps Down After Blanket Fight
U.N. General Assembly Approves International Disability Rights Treaty
Teen's Advocacy Leads To Scooter Law Change
Hawking On Suicide: "While There Is Life, There Is Hope"
Advocates To Bring Criminal Charges Under New Disability Law
Landmark Disability Duty Means 'Embedding' Equality
Parents, Teachers, And Parents Support School Board's Inclusion Plan
Cops Help Activist With Her Medicare Message
Riders Group Angered About 'Discriminatory' Taxi Rates
New Jersey Advocates Follow Up 'Sting' On Transit Woes

Court, Family Disagree On Use Of 'Wake-Up' Drug For Woman
Advocates Threaten Legal Action Over Football Stadium Design
Parents Rally Against Plans To Institutionalize Young Adults
Parents Plan To Appeal Boy Scout's Rejection
Readers: Newspaper Wrongly Focused On Isolated Negatives In Community
Advocates Celebrate 'Institution-Free' New Zealand
Advocates: Report On Institutions Should Have Been Released Months Ago
Venezuelans To Enjoy New Rights
UK Ethics Panel Recommends Withholding Treatment For Littlest Preemies
Vietnam Vets Balk At Half-Completed Project
11-Year-Old Devon Parades Down Main Street
Airlines Should Stop Charging For Attendants, Argue Advocates
Church: Doctors Should Be Allowed To Let Some Babies Die
Gulf City Launches Accessibility Initiatives
Broadcasters Take On Disability Issues
Third Kansas Woman Talks After Years Of Silence
British College: Allow Doctors To Kill Babies With Disabilities
British Report: Needs Of Families Are Not Met
Self-Advocacy Pays Off For Teen And Others
Awards Show Host Insults Mills McCartney And Other People With Disabilities
At Parents' Request And Ethics Panel Approval, Doctors Deliberately Stunted Six-Year-Old's Growth
Commentary: Shame On Rush
Famous Farrelly Brothers To Adapt 'Stupid' Comedy
New Jersey Parents Say State Illegally Segregated Children With Down Syndrome
Community Advocates Oppose Kansas Plan To Reopen Closed Psych Unit
Gallaudet Protesters Chalk One Up For Civil Disobedience

Report: Voters With Disabilities Still Face Discrimination At Polls
'Assisted Suicide', By Any Other Name . . .
Appeals Court: Wheelchair User Not Entitled To Damages In Jack In The Box Suit
Advocates Help Bermuda Develop Disability Policy
Congresswoman's Wheelchair Slam Showed "Insensitivity", Says Opponent
Settlement Means Community Supports For Tens Of Thousands
Professors Disappointed Over Wait For Accessibility Improvements
'Choices For Care' Features Alternatives To Nursing Homes
Protesters Rally To Show Support For Student, 11
Advocates Call For Community Services Official's Removal After Institution Comment
Courthouse Barriers To Wheelchair Users Violate Due Process Rights, Advocates Claim
Activists Go Around Barricades To Defy Feds On Off-Road Access Rules
Charlotte Wyatt To Celebrate Third Birthday In Hospital
UK Study: Businesses Need More Support To Deal With Mental Illnesses
Gallaudet Faculty Vote For President-Designee's Removal
Police Arrest Over 100 Gallaudet Protesters
Airport Responds To Advocate Concerns
Virginia Plan: Replace Massive Institution With Massive Complex Of Huge "Homes"
Boy Recovering From 'Persistent Vegetative State'
Mom Considers Action Over Airline's Wheelchair Restriction
Advocates' Outcry Over Politician's Autism Statement
Gallaudet Protesters Pick Up Where They Left Off In May
Candidate Chosen Partly Because Of Her Disability, Governor Admits
Gonzales: Bush Administration Settled 90 Percent Of ADA Cases
Measure To Restore Intent Of ADA Introduced In House
Crusader Helps Children And Women Achieve
Advocates React To "Idol" Judge's "Prehistoric" Comment

Assisted Suicide Campaigner Hopes To Help Those With Mental Illness To Kill Themselves, Too
Assisted Suicide Campaigners Capture Australia's Headlines
'Unlikely Alliance' Struck Between Advocates And Administration
Feds Announce More 'Real Choice' Grants
UK Study: People With Mental Disabilities Receive Poorest Health Care
ADAPT's Peaceful Actions Net Community Support Meetings With Top Officials
Advocate Says Authorities Have Been Slow To Investigate Police Assault Complaint
Researchers: Woman's Severely Damaged Brain Responds To Directions
Mugger's Attack On Wheelchair Grandma Backfires
Down Syndrome Births Drop With Prenatal Testing Advances
Bush Names Clay Aiken To President's Council
Study Finds Preemies Grow Up To Have Good Lives, Too
Parliament Member Presses For Constitutional Showdown Over Assisted Suicide Law

Discrimination Watchdogs Criticized For Failing To Use Enforcement Teeth
Radio Contest Left Few Advocates Laughing
Advocates Find Most Vehicles At Mobility Car Parks Are Illegal
UN Panel Finalizes International Disability Rights Treaty
Class Action Seeks Statewide Sidewalk Improvements, Not Money
Family Says Boy Scouts Violate Son's Rights
Community Activists Protest Nursing Home Stay Requirement
Advocacy Efforts Pay Off At Scenic Tower
City Reaches Agreement With Advocates Over Sidewalk Accessibility And Safety
Girl Told To Sit Out While Others Skate
Deaf Ball Player's Victory Will Benefit Countless Others
Board Approves Large, Segregated School Despite Civil Action
Advocacy Agency Faces Discrimination Suit
Community Advocates Celebrate Passage Of "Equal Choice" Bill
UN Delegates Negotiate Details Of Disability Treaty
Advocates Join Cost-Saving Debate To Push For Closing Institution

Governor Orders Review Of Kevorkian's Health
Advocates Pack Meeting On Community Supports
Americans Celebrate ADA's 'Sweet 16'
Disability Rights Documentary Available Online
Groups Fight Medicare Restriction On iBot Funding
Advocates: Don't Blame Law For Street Toilet Troubles
Governor Supports Nurse On Schiavo Statements
Report: People With Psychiatric Disabilities Faced Illegal Discrimination After Hurricanes
Public Toilet Advocates Examine Places To Go
The Organization Formerly Known As AAMR . . .
Kevorkian Says He Wouldn't Choose Assisted Suicide For Himself
Advocates Protest Council's Decision To Lose Loos
Group Wants All To Enjoy Scenic Tower
Infant Must Leave Hospital To Stay Alive
Researchers: Man's Brain 'Rewired Itself' To Make Him Talk
Groups Encourage Micro-Loans To Help Country's Development
Second Gubernatorial Candidate Chooses Blind Running Mate

Citing Olmstead Decision, Georgia Settles Long-Term Care Lawsuit
Woman Sees Adult Film Role As Advocacy Tool
Kevorkian Loses Fourth Early Parole Bid
Ghana Passes New Disability Rights Law
California Assisted Suicide Measure Dies In Committee
Theater Rejects Calls To Segregate Audiences
State Violated Free Speech Rights, Advocates Claim
President Apologizes For Off-Hand Sunglasses Remark
Advocates Prepare To Challenge Plans For Large Segregated School
New Independent Living Initiative Launched
Handcuffed, Senior Activists Rally To Demand Freedom From Nursing Homes
Customer Wins Challenge Over Bank's Discriminatory Check Policy
Parents Say Doctors Give Little Support After Down Syndrome Diagnoses
Councilman Claims His City Violated His Rights
Airline Responds To Advocates By Changing "Carer" Ticket Requirement

Nursing Home Death Sparks Massive, Violent Street Protest
Kevorkian Admits Breaking The Law Might Have Been A Mistake
Kids' Baseball League Denies Discrimination Claims
Opponents Of Assisted Suicide Tell Senators Their Concerns
City Makes Access Changes After Years Of Pressure From Advocates
Advocates Insist New Constitution Must Guarantee Rights
'Da Vinci Code' Continues 'Evil Albino' Stereotype
Kevorkian Attorney Cites Medical Conditions In Plea For Early Release, Again
Indonesian Family Wants Asylum To Protect Deaf Son
House Of Lords Soundly Rejects Assisted Suicide Proposal
Gallaudet Students, Faculty Protest Choice For President
Civil Rights Advocate Sues Over Service Dog Ban
High Court Rejects "Wrongful Life" Claims
Showdown Expected Over Judge Boyle Nomination As Ethics Questions Surface
Advocates Call For Reform Of Residential Services
Slaves No More: Women Successfully Push Lawmakers To Pass New Abuse Protections
Colorado Advocates Sue Denver Over Opera House Access Troubles
Freedom Campaigner Turns Away From Media Attention
Struggle For Woman's Right To Live Takes Positive Turn
Seventeen Groups Push State To Ban Prone Restraints
Advocates Claim State's Support Of Special Nursing Homes Violates Residents Rights

Hospital: Charlotte Wyatt Should Leave Hospital, But Not With Parents
Governor Bush Drops Push For New Feeding Tube Law
Lone Protester Draws Attention To Store's Poorly-Placed Banner
Tiger Woods On Hot Seat For "Spaz" Comment
Community Advocates Resolve To Bring "Money Follows The Person" Back Next Year
European Council Adopts Plan To Promote Rights And Self-Determination
Advocates' Protests Lead Council To Withdraw Parking Arrest Threat
Advocates Divided Over Scrapped Mental Health Bill
One Year After Terri Schiavo's Death, Advocates Promise To Continue Fight

Teen Turns Campaigner After School Refuses Bowling Outing
Mum Captures Illegally Parked Cop Car On Cell Phone Camera
Rights Groups Warn County Of Legal Action Over Access Problems
Activists Thank City And Police Following Protests
Demonstrators Deliver Demands To TennCare And HUD Offices
Advocates Hold Sit-in At Doctor's Office Over Sign Language Interpreters
Dozens Of Community Advocates Arrested After Blocking Downtown Traffic
Federal Officials Hear Real Institution Horror Stories At ADAPT Forum
Advocates Say Change In Commission's Role Would Weaken Their Rights
Judge Grants Class Action Status To Illinois Community Living Lawsuit
Judge Opposes Doctors, Says Baby Can Stay On Ventilator
Quick Action Leads Fox TV To Drop Use Of "R-Word"
Mental Health Group Forced To Remove Statue Of Churchill In A Straightjacket
University Students Stage Sit-In Over Access Barriers
Legal Showdown Continues Between Doctors And Parents Of 17-Month-Old Boy
Judge Rules Advocate's Lawsuits Are Not "Frivolous"
Grandparents: Charlotte Appears To Have Pulled Through, Again
Parking Crusader Under Attack
Waiting List Does Not Violate Rights, Judge Rules
Family Court To Decide If 17-Month-Old Boy Should Live Or Die
Theatre Company Selects Wheelchair User In Wheelchair Role
Advocates Outraged At Plan To Charge Air Fare For Service Animals

Boy Wants Police Apology For Making Him Prove His Disability
Nursing Homes Continue To Close As People Choose Community Options
Little Charlotte Wyatt Struggles For Her Life, Again
Vancouver Mayor Takes Olympic Flag For A Spin In His Custom Wheelchair
Mom Takes On Bowling Alley Over Accessibility And Attitudes
Advocates Go Door-To-Door To Promote Accessible Menus
DC ParaTransit Riders Skeptical Of Promises To Listen And Act
Attitudinal Barriers Can Take Longer To Break Down
Advocates Remind Politicians They Vote, Too
Community Advocates Celebrate Passage Of "Money Follows The Person Act"
Northern Ireland To Enjoy New Disability Discrimination Protections
Survey To Help China Develop Disability Policies, Laws, And Programs
Advocates To Utah Lawmakers: "End The Waiting List"
International Disability Rights Treaty Nears Final Draft
Toymaker Finds Barbie's Wheelchair Friend For Morgan
Moms Save Park And Make It Accessible To All Kids
Demand Grows For Adopting Children With Down Syndrome
Charlotte Wyatt Could Be Released To Foster Family, Not Parents
Kaufman Victims Become Advocates For Reform
Committee Drops Measure Allowing Doctors To Ignore Patients' Wishes
Day Program Participants Mutiny To Start Own "Squad"
Community Protection Measure Will Not Protect Participants' Rights, Advocates Argue
Man Ordered Through Courthouse Metal Detector Can Sue, Appeals Panel Rules
Advocates Say State Forces Residents With Mental Illness Into Nursing Homes
"Brain Dead" Girl Begins Recovery, Hours After State Removes Feeding Tube
Olmstead Decision Leads Iowa Counties To Close Institutions
Doctors Could Ignore Patients' Wishes And Refuse CPR Under Proposed Law
And The Nominees Are . . . "Murderball" . . .
California Advocates Fight New Lawsuit Notification Initiative
B.C. Lawmaker Promises To Introduce Canadians With Disabilities Act

"ER" Episode To Draw Attention To ALS And End-Of-Life Controversy
City Council Joins Others In Supporting Deaf Ball Player's Rights
Advocates: Candy Company's Tour Policy Discriminates Against Visitors With Disabilities
Court: Ontario Can Close Remaining Institutions
ADAPT To Auction Historic Disability Rights Artifact
Duo To Recheck Businesses For Accessibility Improvements
Fire Alarm Leaves Lawmaker Stranded; Evac-Chairs Stored Two Years In Capitol Attic
Study: UK Doctors Show Little Support For Legalizing Euthanasia
Most Katrina Victims Were Over Age 60 And With Disabilities
Advocates Angered As Supreme Court Upholds Oregon's Assisted-Suicide Law
Study: Psychiatric Patients Receive Fewer 'Get Well Soon' Wishes
Disability Rights Commissioner Stranded At Train Station
Advocates Show Up In Force To Evaluate Voting Systems
Rights Commission: Businesses Continue To Fail On Access
ADAPT Activists Protest Transit System's Counter-suit
Georgia Lawmaker Pulls Feeding Tube Legislation

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Parole Board Recommends Against Early Release For Kevorkian
Utah Advocates Push For Changes In Voting Proposals
A Very Merry Christmas For Charlotte Wyatt And Her Family
State Announces Plan to Close Children's Institution
Rights Group Threatens Protest To Force End To Modified Cars Dispute
Opinion: There But For The Grace Of God . . . Go So Many Of Us
Alpizar Shooting Adds To Holiday Travelers' Anxiety
Advocacy Systems Split Over ADA Negotiation Tactics?
Study: Thirty-Percent Of People With Disabilities In UK Live In Poverty
Hospital To Keep Toddler Charlotte At Christmas
Disability Advocates Launch Campaign Against Alito Supreme Court Appointment
Mom To Sue Hospital Where Baby Luke Died
Kevorkian Asks Again For Early Release Due To Health Problems
Dad Says Little Charlotte Enjoyed First Home Visit
More Line Up To Support Deaf Ball Player
Down Syndrome Group And Special Olympics Say "The Ringer" Is "A Winner"
High Court Rejects Mom's Stroller Case
Disability Discrimination Act Now Protects Medical Conditions
Dutch Panel Likely To Protect Doctors That Euthanize Babies
Disability Forum Calls For Ending Institutionalization In Europe

Baby Charlotte To Go Home For First Time
Mom Says Policy Against Stroller Violated Son's Rights
ADA Eagle And Turkey Awards Announced
Community Advocates Call On Governor For Funds To End Waiting List
High Court Considers "Wrongful Life" Case
Protesters Confront Jerry Lewis At Book Event
Disability Rights Advocates Warn Against Alito Nomination
Alan Reich, Disability Rights Leader, Dies At Age 75
Advocates Push For Tighter Policing Of Illegal Parkers
Lone Teen Protester Stops Rush Hour Traffic Over Broken Bus Lifts
Senate Candidate Says She Can Give Voice To Those Unheard
Lithuania Hosts First 'Miss Disabled' Contest
Detroit Settles Bus Case; Advocate Says Agreement Tied To Elections
Party Accuses Namibian Banks Of Gouging Customers With Disabilities
Board Appoints First Member With Down Syndrome
Advocates & Parents Angered After Youth Baseball Organization Bans Interpreter Dad From Dugout

Rosa Parks' Quiet, Dignified Defiance Inspired And United Disability Rights Advocates
Advocates Are Invited To Sign Statement On Life-Sustaining Care And Treatment
Movie To Tell Us "You Don't Know Jack"
Advocates Sue Detroit Over Problems With New Curb Cuts
Report: Barriers In Public Transportation Amount To "Systemic Discrimination"
Some Ex-Soviet States Move Toward Inclusion
High Court Says Immigration Officials Cannot Reject Families On Child's Disability Alone
Charlotte Wyatt Gets 'Best Possible Birthday Present'
Illinois Advocates Ride And Rally For Community Supports
Advocates Object To Wheelchair Cushion Searches
Lawsuit And Media Exposure Prompt Police To Allow Constable With Hearing Loss
British Lords Signal Compromise In Assisted Suicide Measure
Brits Criticize California Wheelchair Maker For "Derogatory" Name
Illinois Advocates Launch "Freedom Ride '05"
Judge To Announce Ventilation Ruling On Charlotte Wyatt's Birthday
Police Arrest Dozens Of South Korean Activists During Protest
UNICEF: Children With Disabilities In Eastern Europe Still Face Segregation And Discrimination
Supreme Court Hears Assisted Suicide Case
British Commission: One-Half Of Accessibility Complaints Concern Leisure And Retail
Chicagoans Sue City Over Faulty Curb Ramps

Advocacy Group Sues State To Switch Money From Institutions To Community Supports
Terri Schiavo's Family To Publish Book
Civil Rights Group Files Suit Against Billy Ray Johnson's Assailants
Senate Panel Endorses John Roberts For Supreme Court Justice
City Residents Harass Man Who Sued Over Accessibility Violations
ADAPT Advocates Get Commitments From HUD And NGA
ADAPT Protesters Take Over Offices Of Congressional Leadership
Costs Of Rebuilding Huge Nursing Home Continue To Climb
Naked, Pregnant And Proud Statue Unveiled At Trafalgar Square
Hurricane Survivors Finally Connect With Help, But Fear Lack Of Independence
Iraqi Constitution Grants People With Disabilities Health Care And Rehabilitation, But Little Else
State Officials Work With Advocates On Budget Cuts
Manufacturer Agrees To Remove "Retarded" Phrase From Talking Pens

Teachers And Advocates Warn Transition to Mainstream Schools Could Be Rough
Jury Selection Set For Matthew Stein
United Nations Treaty Writers Focus On Inclusion During Sixth Meeting
Disability Groups Praise Specter On Tough Questions For John Roberts
Court Rejects Appeal By Charlotte Wyatt's Parents
New York Governor Vetoes Respectful Language Bill
Advocate Files Federal Access Complaint Against City
Charlotte Wyatt Making 'Remarkable Progress', Hospital Says
Muslim Women With Disabilities March For Peace
Helpline Received A Half Million Disability Enquiries In First Five Years
Girl Produces Video For Classmates To Know Her Better
Advocates Sue Taco Bell Over Access Problems
Woman Fights Guardian Over Sterilization Request
Studies: Nursing Homes Increased In Size And Decreased In Quality, As More Residents Chose Community Options
Worker Chose Wrong Person To Disrespect
NCIL Adopts Right To Food And Water Resolution
Columnist Parodies Governor's Actions Toward Disability Advocates
Scantlin Speaks More After Mysterious 'Awakening'
Protesters Toll Bells Across Tennessee Over Health Care Cuts

British Appeals Court Rejects Burke's 'Right To Live' Claim
Advocates Sue Illinois To Live In The Community
Police Officers Learn Sign Language
Americans Celebrate 15 Years Of ADA
ADA Lawsuits Prompt Changes In Wisconsin
New Disability TV Network In The Works
The Buzz On 'Murderball'
From Fairview To The Capitol: David Beem Announces Run For Governor
Tennessee Sit-In Passes One-Month Mark
San Francisco Urged To Scrap Giant Nursing Home
Missouri Advocates Call Governor A Hypocrite
TennCare Protest Nears One-Month Mark
New Zealand Doctors To Review Stance On Euthanasia
Young Man Goes From "Persistent Vegetative State" To Self-Determined Life
Campaigners Call On Nobel Committee To Pull Prize For Lobotomy Inventor
Syracuse Advocates March For ADA
Protesters Continue Occupation At Governor's Building
Governor Bush Ends Inquiry Into Terri Schiavo's Collapse
Advocates Watch Bush For O'Connor Replacement
Medicare To Drop Entire Class Of Anxiety, Seizure Meds
Accident Changed More Than Teen's Body
British Doctors Vote To Be Neutral On Euthanasia And Assisted Suicide
Tennessee Governor Continues To Resist Advocates; Occupation Of Office Nears Third Week

Nevada Advocacy Center Sues State Over 'Improper' Detentions
Tennessee Disability Rights Activists Take Over Governor's Office, Demand Changes In Health Care Budget
Terri Schiavo's Death A "Moral Shame" Says Schindler Family
Schiavo Autopsy Results Released To Public
NCD Report Applauds Accessible Transportation Efforts, But Calls For More Action
Canadian Travelers Accuse Airlines Of Discrimination
Arkansas Institution Employees Feared Retaliation, Watchdog Group Says
Paper Examines Plan To Close Fernald
California Assisted Suicide Measure Defeated, For Now
Fighting for our Lives at the ACLU
Idaho Advocate Receives Human Rights Award

Woman Speaks Her Mind, But Not So Much To The Press
Second Kansas Woman Talks After Years Of Silence
Russian Families Protest Cuts In Children's Benefits
Street Safety Dress Code For Deaf Pedestrians Upsets Advocates
London To Open Darkened Restaurant
Survey: Public Not Concerned About Lack Of Actors With Disabilities
British Disability Groups Condemn Health Secretary Over Opposition To Burke's Right To Live
Concerned Citizen Acts To Get Sidewalk Street Lights Moved
Councilwoman Claims New City Hall Is Not Accessible To Her And Others
Washington Self-Advocates Score Another Legislative Victory
Grassroots Disability Groups Lead Reform Efforts In Korea
Manitobans Get Help From Lawmaker In Parking Campaign
Mom Must Be Allowed In Pool With Boy, Commission Rules
Irish Advocates Angered At Lack Of Rights In Disability Law
Crowd Holds Funeral For Missouri's Medicaid Program
Disability Groups Claim Oregon Assisted Suicide Law Puts Lives At Risk
Mom Plans To Continue Fight Over Baby Luke's Death
Jamaican Advocates Closely Watch Sex Crime Case
Some Compare Don Herbert To Terri Schiavo
Advocates Create Hate Crime Centers
Injured Firefighter Talks After Ten-Year Silence
Aiden Stein's Parents Sue Hospital For Negligence

Advocates Send Message To Congress And White House: Leave Social Security Disability Benefits Intact
Inquest Scheduled Into Baby Luke's Death
Louisiana Measure Stalled While Lawmakers Consider Rights Of People With Developmental Disabilities
Watchdog Groups Alarmed By Numbers Of Sex Offenders And Parolees In Illinois Nursing Homes
Deaf California Couple Sues For Accessible Roadside Call Boxes
House Panel Hears Disability Rights Perspective Surrounding Schiavo's Death
Baby Charlotte's Parents Again Told "No" On Life-Saving Measures
Wisconsin Senator Points To Schiavo Case To Reintroduce "Death With Dignity" Bill
NCD Urges Federal Government To Consider Disability In Disaster Planning
Matt Stein Charged With Aiden's Injuries
No Abuse Found In Schiavo Records
British Advocates Pleased With Most Aspects Of New Disability Law
Diverse Opinions Surround Terri Schiavo's Death
Ms. Wheelchair Coverage And Debate Miss The Point
Agency Urges Illinois To Close Another Institution
Night Time TV Disability Ban Was Joke
Advocates Accuse Agency Of Discriminating Against Cohabitating Adults
Bill Expected To Prevent Future Group Home Slavery Problems
Wheelchair Pageant Winner Stripped Of Title After Standing Up
Ms. Wheelchair Suits Prompt Wisconsin Businesses To Address Access Problems
TV Disability Ban A Cruel Hoax?
Detroit Gets 30 New Accessible Buses; Advocate Says It's Not Nearly Enough
Disability Rights Advocates Resolve To Keep Others From Terri's Fate
Terri Schiavo Dies After 13 Days Without Water Or Food

"Hire Abilities" Project Launched In Hawaii
Will New Legal Protections Come From Terri's Death?
Disability Perspective Finally Gets Press
As Legal Options Fade, Protests For Terri Schiavo's Life Heat Up
Remembering Robert Wendland
Parent Argue For Baby Charlotte's Life
A Year After Hospital Ordeal, Baby Aiden's Grandmother Will Assume Custody
Minister Vows To Fight On To Clarify Law On Cleft Lip-Related Abortions
King Of Jordan Receives FDR Disability Award
Schindlers Dealt Several Blows In Efforts To Keep Terri Schiavo Alive
Federal Judge Refuses To Have Terri's Feeding Tube Reinserted
After Unprecedented Action by Congress & President, Terri Schiavo's Fate In The Hands Of Federal Court
Terri Schiavo's Feeding Tube Removed Again
After Other Efforts Fail, U.S. House Committee Plans To Intervene To Save Terri Schiavo
Teens Learn Real Life Civic Lesson At Capitol
Chicago Mayor Names Advocate To Head Up Disability Office
Ethics Panel Wants Opinions On Saving Premature Newborns
Daughter Agrees With Hospital To Drop Mom's Life Support
Number Of Dutch Babies Euthanized Was Larger Than Earlier Reported
Efforts Continue To Spare Terri Schiavo's Life
Judge Hears Arguments Over Aiden Stein's Custody
Pressure Mounts On Terri Schiavo's Parents And Advocates
Charity Responds To Community Movement By Making Major Shift Toward Inclusion
Advocacy Efforts Paid Off: City Orders 1,000 New Curb Cuts
ADAPT Secures Community Resolution From Governors
Disability Coalition Pushes For Accessible Reading Formats
Judge Greer Rejects Several Schiavo Motions
Disability Groups Oppose Boyle's Nomination To Appeals Court

CMS Administrator McClellan Shows Support For Medicaid Reforms
Charlotte Wyatt's Parents: We Have New Evidence Our Baby Is Improving
Fear & Loathing In Hollywood: Pro-Euthanasia Themes Draw Oscars And Criticism
Alabama Teenager To Continue Receiving In-Home Nursing
Supply And Demand: More Families Want To Adopt Children With Down Syndrome
Judge Greer Sets New Date For Feeding Tube Removal
Advocates To Meet With CMS Director McClellan
Disability Group Calls For Suspension Of Feeding Tube Removals
U.S. Supreme Court To Hear Administration Case Against Oregon Assisted Suicide Law
Terri Schiavo's Life Spared At Least One More Day
MiCASSA Introduced Into Congress Again
More Advocates Speak Out Against Eastwood's Pro-Euthanasia Theme
Children Services Requests Custody Of Aiden Stein
State And Participants Alike Like 'Real Life Choices'
Jarno Supporters Appeal Immigration Judge's Deportation Ruling
Woman Begins Talking After 20 Year Silence
Court Refuses Latest Baby Charlotte Appeal
On A Roll Radio's Greg Smith On PBS 'Independent Lens', February 15
Study: Disability Does Not Equal Misery
State Closes Fircrest Cottages Ahead Of Schedule
Disability Groups Uneasy About Bush Budget Plan
UN Disability Committee Moves Forward On Treaty Drafts
Innovative Day Program Idea: New ADAPT Chapter Start-Up?
Brain Scans Show Increased Activity During Story-Telling In Patients With Severe Brain Injuries
Message From Georgia Advocates To Lawmakers: "Free Our People!"
Third Hawaii Assisted-Suicide Measure Defeated
Campaigners Finally Get Wheelchair Access -- At Both Ends Of Footbridge
Judge: Doctors Can Still Refuse To Ventilate Baby Charlotte
Reviewers Like "Rory O'Shea"

Airline Tries To Duck Wheelchair Rule
Minnesotans Want Old Words Out, Respectful Words In
Advocates Outraged At Eastwood's Pro-Euthanasia Film
Baby Charlotte's Parents Ask Judge To Drop DNR Order
Advocate: Fake Restroom Door Is 'Completely Ludicrous'
Advocates Angered That Museum Ignored Access Suggestions
Court-Appointed Advocate Calls For Exam Of Terri Schiavo's Brain Damage
U.S. Supreme Court Rejects "Terri's Law" Appeal
Judge: 1972 Fernald Case Will Not Be Reopened
Individualized Budgets Are Cornerstone Of Blair Disabilities Benefit Reform Plan
Blind Nursing Student On Next Step To Life-Long Dream
ADAPT Calls On Governors To Remove Institutional Bias
Straight-Jacketed Valentine Gift Is "Unbearable" To Vermont Advocates
Mum Accuses Pool Of Discriminating Against 8-Year-Old Son
Study: Mental Illness Stigma Reduced In Scotland
Schindlers File New Challenge Against Florida Court Order; New Attorney Surprised By Terri Schiavo's Responsiveness
Essay On Mental Illness Stigma Wins Student Trip To Prague
Down-sizing Ohio Institutions Ahead Of Schedule
Ohio Supreme Court Rules Baby Aiden Can Stay On Ventilator

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Community Embraces Local Hero
State Supreme Court Says Boy's Life Not "Wrongful"
Settlement Good News For Hundreds On Connecticut Waiting List
ADA "Sheriff" Banned From Courts
Myths About Assisted Suicide Challenged
Judge Gives Doctors More Leeway In Baby Charlotte's Treatment
Fletcher Makes A Grand Stand In House Of Commons
Surprise Visit Reinforces Romney's Resolve To Close Fernald
Baby Charlotte's Parents Claim Doctors Are Killing Her
Hospital Patients Use Radio Program To Change Stigma
Fletcher Stuck In Locked, Upright Position
Superstitions Still Destroy Lives of Blind People
Parole Board Denies Kevorkian Early Release, Again
Study Likely To Renew Assisted-Suicide Debate In Vermont
Zurich Police Launch Investigation Into Brit's Assisted Suicide
Advocates Rally To Support Blind Parents
World Celebrates International Disability Day: "Nothing About Us Without Us"
NCD: Time To Restore Strength Of ADA
Governor Bush Takes Schiavo Case To U.S. Supreme Court
Advocates, Educators Find Much To Praise And Condemn In IDEA Reauthorization
French Assembly Passes Passive Euthanasia Law
Florida High Court Drops Stay In Terri Schiavo Case

Activists Ride Rails To Show Lack Of Inclusion
Salvation Army To Drop Nursing Homes
Activists, Supporters, Justices Ask Governor To Spare Schizophrenic Death-Row Inmate
Athletes With Intellectual Disabilities Allowed Back To Paralympics
Queen's Speech Calls For Controversial Disability Legal Reforms
Disability Rights Advocates Outraged Over Institution's Historic Preservation Status
Complaints Lead Washington Post To Drop Cartoonist From Website
Family, TV Station Overwhelmed By Response To Lauren Rainey Story
Advocacy Coalition Gives Lawmakers List Of Demands
Advocates For Closing Fernald Speak Out
Charlotte Wyatt's Parents Ready To Fight Back
"Life-and-death Decisions Should Not Be Left To Doctors"
Another Alabaman At Risk Over Medicaid Bureaucracy
Baby Luke Winston-Jones Dies; Family Seeks Inquiry Into Doctors' Behavior
Editorial Slams Election Officials For Questioning Disability Votes
Judge Tells State And Parents To Compromise Over Fernald
California Lawmakers To Launch Assisted Suicide Measure
Ashcroft's Final Act: Appeal Ruling Over Oregon's Assisted Suicide Law
Man's Vote Could Determine State House Leadership
Kevorkian Asks For Early Release, Again
Dr. Betts Featured In Investment Magazine
Marlee Matlin Stars In New Indie Film
Thornburgh, Reich Implore Bush Administration To Back United Nations Disability Treaty
Republicans Charge Institution Employees With Influencing Residents' Votes
Supreme Court Rejects Another Kevorkian Appeal

Two Florida Courts Agree To Keep Terri Schiavo Alive Through Appeals
Ohio Supreme Court Hears Arguments Over Baby Stein's Life
Advocates Need New Victory
Why, Michael? Twelve Questions For Michael Schiavo
Two Courts Refuse To Hear Appeals Over Keeping Terri Schiavo Alive
Judge: Doctors Can Refuse 'Aggressive Treatment' For Baby Luke
Remembering The Spotted Owl: Activism And Terri Schiavo
Unlikely Alliances And Foes In The Schiavo Debate
EEOC Releases Fact Sheet On Employment Rights Of People With Intellectual Disabilities
Barrier Busters Do A Downtown Walkabout
Medical Schools Drop Opposition To Euthanasia Bill
Candidates Point Fingers Over Offensive Flier
Doctors Want To Refuse Life-Saving Measures For Infant Boy
Wyatts Consider Appealing Infant Daughter's Death Ruling
Actor, Advocate Christopher Reeve Dies At Age 52
British Medical Group Challenges Burke "Right To Live" Ruling
Advocates Urge Candidates To Focus On Disability Issues
Professor Hawking: A Leading Role Model For Youth
Court Prevents Ventilator For Baby
Good Samaritan Clerk Shot After Defending Customer
Psst! We Really Need To Talk -- About Sex
University Students "Pub Crawl" For Accessible Toilets

Supreme Court To Review Cruise Line Accessibility Case (Sept. 30, 2004)
Britain Launches Final Phase Of Disability Discrimination Act (Sept. 30, 2004)
Officials Say More Than 300 People With Intellectual Disabilities Languish In Ireland's Psych Hospitals (Sept. 30, 2004)
Ireland Releases National Disability Strategy And Disability Bill (Sept. 29, 2004)
Washington State Study Finds Community Costs Less (Sept. 28, 2004)
Secretary Ridge Asks People With Disabilities To Get Involved In Emergency Planning (Sept. 23, 2004)
Senator Urges Officials To Provide Accessible Parking At Federal Buildings (Sept. 23, 2004)
Florida Supreme Court Rules "Terri's Law" Is Unconstitutional (Sept. 23, 2004)
Deaf Worker Says Disability Rights Commission Discriminated Against Him (Sept. 21, 2004)
Bulgaria Makes Moves To Improve Mental Health Treatment (Sept. 20, 2004)
Assisted Suicide Campaigner Goes On Trial (Sept. 20, 2004)
State Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Baby Aiden Stein Appeal (Sept. 16, 2004)
Coalition Seeks To Move Young People Out Of Nursing Homes (Sept. 16, 2004)
Angry Riders Confront MBTA Officials (Sept. 15, 2004)
Terri Schiavo Would Not Want To Go Against Catholic Church, Her Parents Argue (Sept. 15, 2004)
Ontario To Be Institution-Free By 2009 (Sept. 13, 2004)
Jack "Dr. Death" Kevorkian Coming To A Theater Near You? (Sept. 13, 2004)
Stephen Shore Completes Second Book On Self-Advocacy For People With Autism (Sept. 13, 2004)
Athletes With Intellectual Disabilities Still Kept From Paralympic Games (Sept. 10, 2004)
Indian Activists Demand Equal Access (Sept. 10, 2004)
Community-Police Crisis Team Grows In Shadow Of Paul Childs' Shooting Death (Sept. 9, 2004)
Stable Homes Best For Kids With FAE/FAS (Sept. 8, 2004)
Artist Challenges Notions Of Disability And Sexuality (Sept. 7, 2004)
Project To Enhance Social Inclusion Across Canada (Sept. 7, 2004)

Florida Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Schiavo Case (August 31, 2004)
Citizen's Efforts Lead To New Service Animal Protections (August 27, 2004)
State Can Pull Life Support For State Ward, Court Rules (August 27, 2004)
Efforts To Reopen 1973 Lawsuit Seen As Ploy To Keep Fernald Open (August 26, 2004)
Caregivers Experience Anxiety And Depression After Institutionalization (August 25, 2004)
Euthanasia Campaigner Denied Second Request For Home Detention (August 25, 2004)
Parents Support Letting Nurse Take Aiden Home; Authorities Resist Plan (August 24, 2004)
"Advocates For Disabled Say Thousands May Be In Institutions Needlessly" (August 23, 2004)
Keeping His Own Home Is Closer To Reality For Jimmy Gray (August 10, 2004)
Jarno's Immigration Fate May Be Decided This Week (August 10, 2004)
Baby Aiden's Do-Not-Resuscitate Order Is Valid, Judge Rules (August 10, 2004)
Come Play The ADA Game (August 9, 2004)
Baby Aiden Stein Back In Hospital With Pneumonia (August 6, 2004)
Prospective Audience Member Accuses "Dr. Phil" Of Discrimination (August 6, 2004)
"Those Who Are 'Not Normal' Need Not Apply" (August 3, 2004)
Feds Cite California For Laguna Honda Civil Rights Violations (August 3, 2004)
Network Reaches Into Nursing Homes To Help Residents Gain Their Freedom (August 2, 2004)

Women With Down Syndrome Say Treatment At Fitness Club Was Unfair (July 29, 2004)
Election Reform Groups Oppose Touch Screen Voting Rule (July 28, 2004)
World Bank Works To Reduce Segregation And Poverty For People With Disabilities (July 27, 2004)
Duchess Of York Supports Mom In Baby's Struggle (July 27, 2004)
Three-quarters Of Scottish Businesses Not Ready For October Accessibility Deadline (July 27, 2004)
Americans Celebrate 14th Anniversary Of ADA (July 26, 2004)
Prince Called Woman In Wheelchair "A Menace" (July 26, 2004)
Michael Schiavo Accuses Governor Bush Of Subjecting Terri To 'Absolute Dictatorship' (July 26, 2004)
Man Says He Was Denied Vote Because He Has Down Syndrome (July 23, 2004)
Twenty-First Birthday Could Be Disastrous For Ramos (July 23, 2004)
Commissioners Reject Capitol Lighting Plan To Avoid ADA Upgrades (July 22, 2004)
Advocacy Groups Support Deaf Man Who Accuses Police Of Assault (July 22, 2004)
Terri Schiavo Wouldn't Go Against Pope's Wishes, Parents Claim (July 22, 2004)
Baby Stein Moved To Nursing Home (July 21, 2004)
Urged By Protests, Governors Agree To Consider Community Resolution (July 20, 2004)
Community Advocates Respond To Efforts To Keep Fernald Open (July 20, 2004)
More Turn Out Than Expected At First Disability Pride Parade (July 20, 2004)
Disability Rights Activists Converge On Governors Meeting (July 16, 2004)
Survey Finds Scottish Disability Charities Fail To Hire People With Disabilities (July 16, 2004)
Laguna Honda Security Still Questioned (July 16, 2004)
Chicago To Host First International Disability Pride Parade (July 15, 2004)
Pro-Institution Supporters Want 1972 Fernald Court Case Reopened (July 14, 2004)
Advocates Call On Media And Government To Focus On Advocacy, Not Charity (July 13, 2004)
Disability Groups File With Governor Bush In Schiavo Case (July 13, 2004)
Letter By "Harry Potter" Writer Sparks Changes In Czech Caged Beds Policy (July 13, 2004)
Cops Ticket 50 In Accessible Parking Sting (July 12, 2004)
Governor Bush Claims Terri's Law Was Legal And Necessary (July 7, 2004)
Blame Terrorists For Lack Of Accessible Parking At Nevada Federal Buildings (July 6, 2004)
Report: Euthanasia Is Being Practiced With Disregard To Laws (Ju.y 6, 2004)
Ohio Settles 1989 Lawsuit For Community Supports (July 2, 2004)
Parliament Must Ready To Accommodate New Member (July 2, 2004)
Appeals Court Shuts Parents Out Of Fight Over 'Terri's Law' (July 2, 2004)
Assisted Suicide Campaigner Will Remain In Jail, Parole Board Says (July 1, 2004)

Burke Wins Court Challenge Over Feeding Tube Rule (June 30, 2004)
Treatment For Pain Has Declined Since Assisted Suicide Law (June 30, 2004)
Whistler Needs To Change Structures, Parking, And Attitudes For 2010 Paralympics (June 30, 2004)
Poll Shows People With Disabilities Still At Disadvantage (June 28, 2004)
"Suicide Tourists" Had Mental Illnesses, But Not Terminal Illnesses (June 25, 2004)
Kevorkian Appeal Rejected, Again (June 25, 2004)
Meatpackers File Discrimination Suit (June 25, 2004)
Report: Doctors And Patients Suffer From Lack Of Adequate Training, Communication (June 24, 2004)
Home Of Olmstead Celebrates Five Year Mark Of Landmark Disability-Rights Case (June 17, 2004)
Advocates Say Mental Health Bill May Be Too Little, Too Late (June 16, 2004)
Florida Supreme Court To Take Terri Schiavo Case (June 16, 2004)
Federal Judge Tosses Discrimination Lawsuit Against Airlines (June 15, 2004)
Deaf Travelers Sue Burbank Airport (June 15, 2004)
Campaign Launched To Urge Hiring Blind Workers (June 14, 2004)
City Responds To Citizen Concerns (June 14, 2004)
Accessible Voting Advocates Accused Of Being Too Tight With Electronic Voting Machine Makers (June 11, 2004)
Voters With Mental Disabilities Excluded From European Elections (June 11, 2004)
High Court Halts Removal Of Infant's Ventilator (June 11, 2004)
Mayor Humiliated Over Access Problems (June 9, 2004)
Were S.F. Tax-Payers 'Sold A Bill Of Goods?' (June 8, 2004)
Autopsy Shows Assisted-Suicide Crusader Had No Cancer When She Committed Suicide (June 8, 2004)
Most Brits Don't Know Celebs With Disabilities (June 7, 2004)
Heads Of Disability Groups Meet With Bush Administration Officials (June 7, 2004)
Global Treaty On Disability Rights Could Be Ready In Months (June 4, 2004)
Robert Latimer Says He Won't Seek Clemency (June 4, 2004)
Traveler Refuses To Pay Airline's Hefty Wheelchair Lift Fee (June 3, 2004)
Voters With Disabilities Could Alter Election Outcome, N.O.D. President Says (June 2, 2004)
Abortions Based On Disability Are On The Rise In Britain (June 2, 2004)
Terri Schiavo Case To Be Fast-Tracked To Florida Supreme Court (June 2, 2004)
Supreme Court Ruling Is A Step In The Right Direction (June 1, 2004)

Special Olympics 'Honeymoon' Was Short-Lived, Poll Suggests (May 28, 2004)
Athens Preps For Olympics And Paralympics (May 28, 2004)
Port Authority Intentionally Discriminated Against Rider, Jury Says (May 27, 2004)
Greek Cabbies Asked To Be More Accommodating (May 27, 2004)
Terri Schiavo Family Can Have Unsupervised Visit, Judge Greer Rules (May 27, 2004)
Appeals Court Rejects Ashcroft's Controls Over Oregon Assisted Suicide Law (May 26, 2004)
British Groups Join Forces To Combat "Disabilism" (May 25, 2004)
U.N. Treaty Must Address New Issues, Chairman Says (May 24, 2004)
Deaf Passengers Get Compensation And Apology Over Incident (May 20, 2004)
New Hampshire Council Shifts Funds From Nursing Homes To In-Home Supports (May 20, 2004)
Terri Schiavo's Parents Still Banned From Visits (May 18, 2004)
Justice Department Joins Trujillos In Suit Against Condo Complex (May 14, 2004)
Appeals Court Wants Schiavo Case On Fast Track To Supreme Court (May 14, 2004)
Some Disability Groups See Ally In Alioto-Pier (May 14, 2004)
British Judges Asked To Watch Their Language (May 13, 2004)
People On Waiting Lists Score Legal Victory In Pennsylvania (May 13, 2004)
Fort Lewis Families Accuse Base Housing Provider Of Discrimination (May 11, 2004)
Alabama Receives Kudos For De-institutionalization Efforts, Even From Former Critics (May 11, 2004)
Disability Issues Present Challenges For Canadian Courts (May 10, 2004)
Riverside County, Voters Sue State Over Touch-Screen Ban (May 7, 2004)
Senate Approves Family Opportunity Act (May 6, 2004)
Judge Baird Rules "Terri's Law" Unconstitutional (May 6, 2004)
Town's New ADA Advisory Group Already Sees Results (May 4, 2004)
Government Sets Aside Funds For "Income-Generating" Projects (May 3, 2004)

Advocates Hot Over "Freak Show" Comments (April 30, 2004)
New York Bus Riders Sue Green Bus Lines & Transportation Department (April 30, 2004)
Judge As Much To Blame As Terri Schiavo's Husband (April 30, 2004)
Australian Court Rejects "Wrongful Life" Case (April 29, 2004)
Europe Should Legalize Euthanasia, Swiss MP Suggests (April 28, 2004)
Activists Demand Politicians Take Notice Of Disability Issues (April 26, 2004)
Idaho Advocates File Suit Over UI Access Issues (April 23, 2004)
Schiavo Case To Stay In Pinellas County, Appeals Court Says (April 23, 2004)
Holocaust Museum Unveils New Eugenics Exhibit (April 22, 2004)
Pubs, Clubs, Restaurants Have Six Months To Become Accessible And Avoid Criminal Charges (April 22, 2004)
Advocates Stage "Roll-In" At Penn Station (April 22, 2004)
Demonstrators Want State To Restore In-Home Services And Medications (April 21, 2004)
Advocates Push For U.S. Support Of U.N. Disability Convention (April 20, 2004)
State Discriminates Against Blind Parents, Advocacy Group Claims (April 20, 2004)
Judge Appoints Temporary Guardian For Injured Infant (April 16, 2004)
Judge May Decide Fate Of Injured Infant (April 15, 2004)
Catholic Hospitals Will Respect Patients' Written Wishes (April 15, 2004)
Elections Office Urged To Strike Offensive Language (April 14, 2004)
Local Residents Campaign Against Post Office Closures (April 13, 2004)
Elections Officials Exclude Voters With Down Syndrome, Assembly Member Claims (April 12, 2004)
City Council Says It Is Serious About Inclusion (April 9, 2004)
Advocates Worried About "Freak Show" Exhibit (April 8, 2004)
Senate Finance Committee Holds Hearing On Community-Based Services (April 7, 2004)
Advocates Call For Boycott Of "Leland" (April 6, 2004)
Catholic Hospitals Consider Pope's Position On Feeding Tubes (April 5, 2004)
University Program Helps Students With Autism Succeed (April 2, 2004)
Voting Reforms Nine Years Overdue, Advocates Claim (April 2, 2004)
Self-Advocacy Group Issues Report On Discrimination (April 1, 2004)
Strip Club Fracas: Safety Issue Or Self-Determination? (April 1, 2004)
Advocacy Group Urges Kyrgyz Government To Respect Rights Of Residents At Psychiatric Facilities (April 1, 2004)

Senate To Hold Hearings On Institutional Bias (March 31, 2004)
British Government "Facing Both Ways" On 'Village Communities', Advocates Claim (March 31, 2004)
Police Cite "No Reason For Concern" Over Terri Schiavo's Puncture Marks (March 30, 2004)
Duval County Must Provide Accessible Voting Machines, Judge Orders (March 30, 2004)
White Paper Pats China On Back For Human Rights Progress (March 30, 2004)
Disability Activist Is Top Choice For Party Hopes (March 29, 2004)
Alabama Medicaid Policy Blamed For Friend's Death (March 29, 2004)
Advertising Agency Criticized For Offensive Image (March 26, 2004)
Schindlers Ask Court To Hold Son-in-law In Contempt (March 26, 2004)
Pope Calls Removal Of Feeding Tubes "Immoral" (March 25, 2004)
Busy, Productive Week For ADAPT In DC
ADAPT Marchers In DC Demanding End To "Stolen Lives" (March 18, 2004)
Nine-year-old Advocate Pushes For Accessible Airline Restrooms (March 17, 2004)
Judge Baird Again Denies Schindlers' Request To Intervene In "Terri's Law" Case (March 17, 2004)
Respectful Language Victory In State of Washington (March 16, 2004)
Demonstrators Block Traffic At Westminster Bridge (March 16, 2004)
Community Advocates Accuse TV News Program Of Slanting Report On Group Homes (March 15, 2004)
Hawaii "Death With Dignity" Bill Goes Down; More Oregonians Used Law Last Year (March 10, 2004)
Doctors Violated Man's Right For Life, European Court Rules (March 10, 2004)
Advocacy Groups Audited Polling Places For Accessibility (March 9, 2004)
Man Can Move Out Of Nursing Home, Appellate Court Rules (March 9, 2004)
Institution Graves Still Hidden (March 8, 2004)
Assisted Suicide Measure Passes Hawaii House Panel (March 5, 2004)
Group Pushes To Get Young Australians Out Of Nursing Homes (March 5, 2004)
WWII Vet Joins Les Burke In Battle For His Right To Life (March 4, 2004)
Carson City To Become ADA Compliant -- 19 Years After Law's Passage (March 4, 2004)
Senator Kennedy Considers Suit Over Pryor Appointment (March 1, 2004)

Paper Praises Advocacy Office For Olmstead Work (Feb. 27, 2004)
Burke Takes "Right To Life" Case To High Court (Feb. 27, 2004)
Discrimination By Airlines Must Stop, Advocate Says (Feb. 26, 2004)
One Year Later, Community Supporters Continue Push To Close Fernald (Feb. 25, 2004)
Patients With Learning Disabilities Are More At Risk In General Hospitals, Study Reveals (Feb. 24, 2004)
President Bypasses Senate Democrats To Appoint William Pryor To Judgeship (Feb. 23, 2004)
Man Fights Medical Guidelines For His Life (Feb. 23, 2004)
Bus 'Hostage Taker' Leads Protest On New Bus Use (Feb. 20, 2004)
Wheelchair Users Find Courthouse Has "More Obstacles Than The Legal System" (Feb. 19, 2004)
Passengers Claim 'Rescued' Airlines Still Discriminate (Feb. 19, 2004)
City Makes Quick Decision To Form Disability Commission (Feb. 18, 2004)
Comedy And Disability -- A Sour Mix? (Feb. 18, 2004)
Appeals Court Rules With Governor Bush And Schindlers On Key Decisions (Feb. 13, 2004)
Macy's Stores To Widen Aisles Under Settlement (Feb. 13, 2004)
Congressional Lawmakers Want Civil Rights Laws Strengthened (Feb. 12, 2004)
Decision To Close Public Toilets Is A Mistake, Advocates Say (Feb. 12, 2004)
Bill Would Have Washington Lawmakers Watch Their Language (Feb. 11, 2004)
Lord Mayor Compares Disability Discrimination To Racism (Feb. 5, 2004)
Advocates Want Changes To Immigration Law (Feb. 4, 2004)
New Disability Commission To Make Recommendations For Eliminating Discrimination (Feb. 4, 2004)
Florida House Considers New Bill To Keep "Incompetent" Persons Alive (Feb. 3, 2004)
Politicians Ignore Disability Issues, Advocates Claim (Feb. 2, 2004)

Passenger Wins Ryanair Discrimination Suit (Jan. 30, 2004)
His Disability Is A Spiritual Gift, Says Ram Dass (Jan. 30, 2004)
Disability Rights Advocates Call For "Hate Crimes" Protections (Jan. 27, 2004)
United Nations Working Group Drafts International Treaty On Disability Rights (Jan. 26, 2003)
Why Fight Accessibility? (Jan. 26, 2004)
New Hampshire Cracks Down On Illegal Parkers (Jan. 23, 2004)
Civil Disobedience Gave Activists New Energy And Focus (Jan. 21, 2004)
Political Party Calls Government's Celebration Of EYPD A 'Disgraceful Hypocrisy" (Jan. 21, 2004)
Advocates Urge Texas A.G. To Back Away From Disability Cases (Jan. 16, 2004)
British Parliament Takes Up Euthanasia Measure (Jan. 15, 2004)
United 874K Coalition Rallies For Less Cuts To Services (Jan. 15, 2004)
Was Refusal To Seat In Booth Discrimination? (Jan. 15, 2004)
Judge Refuses To Reinstate Independent Guardian For Terri Schiavo (Jan. 12, 2004)
Activist Jailed After Taking Bus Hostage (Jan. 9, 2004)
Taft And Lawmakers Compromise On Crime Prevention/Institution Closure Bill (Jan. 9, 2004)
Joni Eareckson Tada Continues Her Advocacy Work (Jan. 9, 2004)
Advocates Plan "Stair Crawl" At Supreme Court (Jan. 8, 2004)
Vermont Lawmakers Drop "Assisted Suicide" Bill (Jan. 7, 2004)
Laguna Honda Lawsuit Settled (Jan. 7, 2004)
Man Challenges Medical Council On Feeding Tube Rule (Jan. 6, 2004)

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Jobs Protesters Injured In Clash With Police (Dec. 30, 2003)
Teen's Advocacy May Lead To Law Change (Dec. 29, 2003)
More People With Developmental Disabilities Celebrate At Home (Dec. 3, 2003)
Judge Ready To Rule On "Terri's Law" (Dec. 23, 2003)
Para-Transit Riders Win Settlement With Bus Company (Dec. 19, 2003)
Group's Solution To Post-Institution Land-Use: Build "Community" On Fernald Site (Dec. 18, 2003)
Schwarzenegger Reverses Position On Cuts (Dec. 18, 2003)
State Grants Funds To Families To Reduce Waiting List (Dec. 16, 2003)
Governor Won't Be Held Hostage By Institution Supporters (Dec. 15, 2003)
Hundreds Of Advocates Protest Schwarzenegger Budget Limits (Dec. 12, 2003)
Guardian Recommends Swallowing Tests For Terri Schiavo (Dec. 11, 2003)
Reverend Can Challenge Police On Failure To Prosecute Doctors (Dec. 1, 2003)
Schwarzenegger's Budget Plan Has Advocates Worried (Dec. 1, 2003)

"Wheelchair-eye View Of Cardiff" (Nov. 26, 2003)
Coalition Wants Feedback On Poll Access (Nov. 25, 2003)
Advocacy Group Calls On Czech Republic To Stop The Use Of Cage Beds (Nov. 25, 2003)
Self-Advocates Train Others On Rights And Responsibilities (Nov. 25, 2003)
"The Eugenics Apologies" (Nov. 23, 2003)
Judges Baird And Greer Refuse To Step Aside On Schiavo Cases (Nov. 21, 2003)
Reverend Takes Personally A Late-Term Abortion Based On Cleft Palate (Nov. 20, 2003)
Group Wants December 2004 Target For Closing Britain's Institutions (Nov. 19, 2003)
Governor Bush Calls For Jury Trial In Schiavo Case (Nov. 19, 2003)
AARP & Tennessee Disability Coalition Support ADA Court Access (Nov. 17, 2003)
Schindlers Appeal Judge's Efforts To Block Them From Schiavo Suit (Nov. 17, 2003)
Group Concerned About Placement Of Hoardings Along Streets (Nov. 14, 2003)
Actors Work To Change Perceptions About Down Syndrome (Nov. 14, 2003)
Judge Sides With Michael Schiavo On Bush Request (Nov. 14, 2003)
Michael Schiavo Moves To Block Bush Appeal (Nov. 13, 2003)
State, Community Providers And Advocates Spar Over Cuts (Nov. 13, 2003)
Kenya Will Have New Disability Law (Nov. 10, 2003)
Florida House Speaker Sides With Gov. Bush In Terri Schiavo Case (Nov. 10, 2003)
Judge Rejects Governor's Plea To Throw Out Constitutional Challenge To "Terri's Law" (Nov. 7, 2003)
Candidate Vows To Run For Council In Two Years (Nov. 5, 2003)
Gov. Bush Asks Court To Throw Out Challenge To "Terri's Law" (Nov. 5, 2003)
Court Denies Schindlers' Request To Join Case With Governor Bush (Nov. 4, 2003)

Court Throws Out Discrimination Suit Against Girl Scouts (Oct. 31, 2003)
Guardian Appointed To Terri Schiavo Despite Parents' Objections (Oct. 31, 2003)
'Disability' Added To New 'Hate Crimes' Bill (Oct. 30, 2003)
New Dollywood Policy: No More Free Rides (Oct. 30, 2003)
Law Center Asks To Represent Terri Schiavo's Parents (Oct. 30, 2003)
Week In Wheelchair Opened Eyes Of Transit Manager To Access Problems (Oct. 29, 2003)
Task Force To Address Crimes Against Seniors And Adults With Disabilities (Oct. 29, 2003)
Michael Schiavo And ACLU Fight To Overturn "Terri's Law" (Oct. 29, 2003)
President Supports His Brother's Position in Terri Schiavo Case (Oct. 28, 2003)
Advocacy Groups Urge Public To Support Terri Schiavo's Right To Live (Oct. 27, 2003)
Advocacy Groups To Gather Signatures For Disability Rights Bill (Oct. 24, 2003)
Terri Schiavo's Condition Improving; Long-time Doctor Resigns (Oct. 24, 2003)
Comedian's "Sensitivity" Back-Fires (Oct. 22, 2003)
City Agrees Teen Can Use Wheelchair In Streets (Oct. 22, 2003)
Terri Schiavo Back At Hospice; Family Visits (Oct. 22, 2003)
Media Goofed On Schiavo Facts; Disability Message Not Heard (Oct. 21, 2003)
Terri Schiavo Back On Feeding Tube (Oct. 21, 2003)
Florida House Gives Gov. Bush Power To Intervene In Schiavo Case (Oct. 20, 2003)
Advocates Want Money Spent To Reduce Waiting Lists (Oct. 17, 2003)
Two Florida Courts Reject Schindlers' Last-minute Efforts (Oct. 17, 2003)
Lawyers Say Governor Bush Can And Should Intervene On Terri Schiavo's Behalf (Oct. 16, 2003)
Terri Schiavo's Feeding Tube Removed (Oct. 15, 2003)
New Suit Challenges Guardianship Rules For Institution Residents (Oct. 15, 2003)
Vigil Begins For Terri Schiavo (Oct. 13, 2003)
Federal Judge Refuses To Stop Scheduled Feeding Tube Removal (Oct. 10, 2003)
Parents Don't Need Lawyers To Sue Schools, Appeals Court Rules (Oct. 9, 2003)
Judge Greer Refuses To Postpone Removal Of Terri Schiavo's Feeding Tube (Oct. 9, 2003)
Governor Bush Weighs In On Terri Schiavo's Right To Swallowing Therapy (Oct. 8, 2003)
Disability Groups Oppose Early Release For Kevorkian (Oct. 6, 2003)
Disability Groups File Brief Supporting Terri Schiavo's Right To Live (Oct. 6, 2003)
HHS Gives $33 Million In Real Choice Systems Change Grants (Oct. 3, 2003)
Sidney Miller "Wrongful Life" Case Overturned By State Supreme Court (Oct. 1, 2003)

Jamaica To Have National Disability Act Soon (Sept. 26, 2003)
Michael Schiavo Violates Wife's Constitutional Rights, Her Parents Claim In Federal Suit (Sept. 23, 2003)
Thousands Call on Congress To "Free Our People" (Sept. 18, 2003)
Date Set Again For Removal Of Terri Schiavo's Feeding Tube (Sept. 18, 2003)
Demonstrators Readied For "Free Our People" Rally (Sept. 16, 2003)
Free Our People Marchers, Advocates Near Nation's Capital (Sept. 15, 2003)
Judge Postpones Schiavo Feeding-Tube Removal While Considering Swallowing Therapy (Sept. 15, 2003)
Free Our People March Rolls Into Maryland, With Few Hitches (Sept. 8, 2003)
Trinidad Activists Score Victory With 15-Week Protest (Sept. 4, 2003)
Free Our People March Starts At Liberty Bell (Sept. 4, 2003)
Network Recognizes "Fifth Freedom" (Sept. 4, 2003)
Terri Schiavo Case Heard In Federal Court (Sept. 3, 2003)

Illegal Sterilizations Continue, Women's Group Claims (August 29, 2003)
Judge Greer Ignores Gov. Bush Guardianship Request (August 27, 2003)
Hunger Strike On Overuse Of Medications Hits 11th Day (August 27, 2003)
"At Times, Being Disabled Can Be Godsend" (August 25, 2003)
Terri Schiavo Situation Critical; Advocates Hope For Gov. Bush Intervention (August 25, 2003)
ADAPT Protesters To Governors: "Free Our People" (August 21, 2003)
Accessibility Award Goes To Local Adult "Toy" Store (August 20, 2003)
Michael Schiavo Bans Catholic Priests From Terri's Bedside (August 20, 2003)
Teen Leads Crusade For Children's Health Care (August 15, 2003)
Terri Schiavo Hospitalized, Husband Keeps Info From Family (August 15, 2003)
Illegal Zoning Ordinance May Prove Costly To Township (August 14, 2003)
Courthouse Access Is About Democracy (August 13, 2003)
Costco, Kmart Accused Of Discriminating Against Service Animals (August 12, 2003)
Self-Determination Foundation Claims Government Discrimination (August 12, 2003)
Access Trial Against Mervyn's Begins (August 12, 2003)
Father And Daughter Sue New Jersey For Institution Bias (August 7, 2003)
Man, 73, Is First Victim Of Sterilization Laws To Ask For Apology (August 6, 2003)
Demonstrators Protest Fifth Year For Post Office Access (August 5, 2003)
Eligibility Reviews For Caregiver Allowances Put On Hold Following Public Outcry (August 5, 2003)
Michael Schiavo Asks Florida High Court To Speed Up Removal Of Wife's Feeding Tube (August 1, 2003)

Concert Planned To Help Make Lucy The Elephant Accessible (July 31, 2003)
Student Sues For Not Being Included (July 31, 2003)
Teen Author Speaks Out On 'Gift Of Asperger Syndrome' (July 29, 2003)
Advocates Celebrate ADA, Urge MiCASSA Passage (July 28, 2003)
Appeals Court Gives 30-Day Stay In Schiavo Case (July 28, 2003)
President Bush Changes PCMR To PCPID (July 25, 2003)
Public Guardian Says He'll Fight High Court On Sterilization Ruling (July 25, 2003)
Hotel Violated Girl's Right To Swim With Trach Tube, Family Claims (July 24, 2003)
Kashmir Government Promises To Start 1998 Disability Law (July 24, 2003)
Schiavo Demonstrations Planned Friday Morning (July 23, 2003)
North Carolina Assembly Strikes Sterilization Law (July 22, 2003)
Neighbors Learn Federal Laws Protect New Residents (July 18, 2003)
Money Follows The Person Act of 2003 Introduced In Senate (July 17, 2003)
Terri Schiavo's Supporters Claim Husband Strangled Her; Ask Gov. Jeb Bush To Launch Investigation (July 17, 2003)
Movement To Identify Institution Graves Gains Momentum (July 14, 2003)
Massachusetts House Votes To Slow Fernald Closure (June 10, 2003)
Son Talks After 19-Year Coma (July 9, 2003)
Sawyer Plan Calls For Closing Alabama Institutions (July 7, 2003)
Disgusted Bus Rider Stages Impromptu Protest (July 1, 2003)
Disability Groups Use Special Olympics Momentum To Challenge Irish Government On Supports (July 1, 2003)

British Boy Sends Message Of Goodwill To Iraqi Boy Injured In War (June 30, 2003)
Sunday's '60 Minutes' To Examine 'Wrongful Birth' Lawsuits (June 19, 2003)
U.S. Will Not Sign U.N. Disability Rights Treaty (June 18, 2003)
Conference: Too Many Young People "Rotting Away" In Nursing Homes (June 17, 2003)
Supreme Court Restricts Forced Medication For Defendants With Mental Illness (June 16, 2003)
Government Official 'Fed Up' With Airline (June 16, 2003)
Town Holds "Pro-Gary Rally" To Support Cart Driver (June 10, 2003)
Appellate Court Ignores Advocates, Orders Terri Schiavo's Feeding Tube Removed (June 6, 2003)
Awareness Week Is Good, But Not Enough, Advocate Says (June 5, 2003)
Pakistan To Launch National Disability Policy (June 4, 2003)
Solicitor General Supports Disability Rights Advocates In Sacramento Sidewalk Case (June 4, 2003)

Down Syndrome Advocates Protest At Pre-Natal Screening Conference (May 30, 2003)
British Columbia Apologizes For Institutional Abuses (May 30, 2003)
Media Still Leaves Voices Out (May 29, 2003)
TSA: New Security Measures For Airline Passengers With Disabilities (May 28, 2003)
Government Ministers Arrange Too Many Photo Opportunities With S.O. Athletes (May 28, 2003)
Agency Drops "Retarded" From Name; VOR Disapproves (May 22, 2003)
Advocate Emerges After Years Of Self-Imposed Exile (May 20, 2003)
People First Language Reflects Our Times And Culture (May 20, 2003)
State Legislature Tries To Limit Governor's Power To Close Facilities (May 19, 2003)
Group Home "Pros" Outnumbered "Cons" At Board Meeting (May 19, 2003)
Activists Shut Down Constitution Avenue And Gallery Mall To Get On Agenda (May 13, 2003)
High School Junior "Writes Own Rules for Success" (May 13, 2003)
Activists Arrested At White House (May 12, 2003)
Activists Seek End Of Institutions, Demand Apology For "Stolen Lives" (May 9, 2003)
Minister Says Turks With Disabilities Will Drive Country's Development (May 9, 2003)
President Mbeki Proposes Disability Rights Watchdog For Africa (May 6, 2003)
Advocates For Closing Institutions Show Up In Larger Numbers (May 6, 2003)
MiCASSA Introduced In Senate As S. 971 (May 5, 2003)
Workers With Disabilities Call Company's Offer "A Disgrace" (May 5, 2003)
Group Teaches Parents How To Advocate For Inclusion (May 1, 2003)

ADA Foe Jeffrey Sutton Confirmed For Appeals Court Position (April 30, 2003)
Groups Unite To Give Disability Bill Recommendations (April 30, 2003)
Panel Recommends Counseling For Sterilization Survivors (April 25, 2003)
Alabama Consolidation Means Three Institutions Will Close (April 23, 2003)
Activists Camp Overnight At Governor's Mansion To Protest Budget Cuts (April 18, 2003)
Guest Saves Neglected Man (April 18, 2003)
Easley Signs Law Ending State's Eugenics Era (April 17, 2003)
Spring Break Is Good Time To Bring Up MiCASSA (April 16, 2003)
People Who Direct Personal Care Services Are More Satisfied, Researchers Find (April 15, 2003)
"Unspeakable Conversations" Author Featured In Hometown Paper (April 14, 2003)
Activists Arrested At Texas Capitol (April 11, 2003)
Task Force Urges Governor To Slow Down On Fernald Closure (April 11, 2003)
Advocates Get Change For In-Home Care Measure (April 8, 2004)
Texas Panel Passes Restraint Bill (April 7, 2003)
Self-Advocate Dies After Beating From Teens (April 7, 2003)
Bill To Overturn Eugenics Law Passes State Senate (April 4, 2003)
Appeals Court Hears Arguments in Schiavo Case (April 4, 2003)

Home Of Tommy Olmstead Still Behind In Olmstead Response (March 31, 2003)
Woman Recovers From Coma At Rock Concert (March 27, 2003)
Gym Settles Discrimination Suit Against Former Member (March 26, 2003)
Children With Disabilities Caught In Middle Of Iraq Conflict (March 25, 2003)
Two Cases Regarding Abortion And Potential Disability (March 24, 2003)
Committee Would Decide End Of Life Under New State Rules (March 24, 2003)
Friendly's Restaurants Settles Discrimination Suit With Institution Patrons (March 24, 2003)
Students Take Community Message To Capital (March 21, 2003)
Crowd Protests Cuts To Transit And Human Services (March 20, 2003)
Government Is Turning Its Back On Students, Advocates Protest (March 19, 2003)
Rights Groups Find Power In Numbers (March 18, 2003)
After Fair Board Access Battle, "Bacon" Fails To Make Grade (March 17, 2004)
Deaf "Survivor" Contestant Praised And Criticized (March 14, 2003)
State Sues Walgreen Co. Over Access Issues (March 13, 2004)
Not Everyone Is Laughing At New Game Show Idea (March 12, 2003)
Davis Apologizes For 20,000 Sterilized (March 12, 2003)
Advocates Say Another Strike May Be Needed (March 11, 2003)
ADAPT Action To Focus On MiCASSA And Apology For Forced Institutionalization (March 10, 2003)
Student Gets Van For School (March 10, 2003)
Activists Swarm Hearing, Take Capitol Office, To Protest Pataki Cuts (March 6, 2003)
Super Fund-Raiser Is Heading To Academy Awards (March 5, 2003)
Committee Approves Bill To Reform Old Sterilization Law (March 3, 2003)
What Donnie Wahlberg Learned About Mental Retardation And 'Normal' (March 3, 2003)
Waiver Is Best Birthday Present For Nick Dupree (March 3, 2003)

Governor Joins People First Members In Wanting Facility Closed (Feb. 28, 2003)
Local Groups Form Disability Coalition (Feb. 28, 2003)
Cheers Again To 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' (Feb. 28, 2003)
Group Demands Detainees With Disabilities Be Released (Feb. 28, 2003)
EU Says "Get On Board!" During Year of People With Disabilities (Feb. 25, 2003)
Advocates File Brief Supporting Terri Schiavo's Right To Live (Feb. 25, 2003)
Heumann Visits India To Advise On Disability Issues (Feb. 24, 2003)
ADAPT To Visit Governors In Nation's Capital (Feb. 21, 2003)
North Carolina Lawmakers Seek To Repeal Eugenics Law (Feb. 21, 2003)
Football League Avoids Boycott; Promises To Review Stadium Accessibility (Feb. 20, 2003)
Teen Sues Airlines Over Non-Captioned In-Flight Movies (Feb. 20, 2003)
Nick's Crusade Pays Off (Feb. 19, 2003)
Federal Agencies Lax On Discrimination Enforcement, Agency Reports (Feb. 18, 2003)
"Words That Define People By Disability Demean Them" (Feb. 18, 2003)
North Carolina Looks At Compensating Sterilization Victims (Feb. 18, 2003)
Soccer Fans To Protest Stadium Inaccessibility (Feb. 7, 2003)
"Intellectually Disabled" Athletes Banned From 2004 Paralympic Games (Feb. 5, 2003)
Saudis With Disabilities Remain Isolated, Survey Shows (Feb. 3, 2003)

Protesters Arrested At Capitol, Advocacy Group Sues State Over Cuts (Jan. 31, 2003)
Crowds Of Advocates Show Up To Oppose Sutton Nomination (Jan. 30, 2003)
Groups Protest As Official Launches Year of People With Disabilities (Jan. 30, 2003)
Whatever Happened to Frida's Polio? (Jan. 29, 2003)
Advocates Vow To Continue Push For 'Matthew's Law' (Jan. 23, 2003)
Marcie Roth Takes School Fight To The Media (Jan. 22, 2003)
Fan Did Not Want To Be "The Grinch Who Stole The Super Bowl" (Jan. 22, 2003)
Poll Suggest Many Want "Right to Die", But With Protections For People With Disabilities (Jan. 21, 2003)
Alliance Wants Apology For Aquarium's Disrespectful Guide Book (Jan. 17, 2003)
"Matthew's Law" Rejected For Compromise On Restraints (Jan. 17, 2003)
Support For Teen Moves Fair Board To Change Ruling (Jan. 17, 2003)
Afghan Protesters Stage Second Demonstration (Jan. 16, 2003)
Terri Schiavo's Life Goes On, At Least For Now (Jan. 13, 2003)
Fair Board Blocks Teen Because Of Disability (Jan. 10, 2003)
Governor Wants To Close Agnews, Move Residents To Community (Jan. 10, 2003)
Rewiring Door Brings Out Administrator's Angry Side (Jan. 9, 2003)
South Carolina Governor Apologizes For State's Eugenics Past (Jan. 8, 2003)
State Budget Cuts Are Illegal, Community Advocates Claim (Jan. 7, 2003)
Group Calls For More Empowerment In New Year (Jan. 6, 2003)
High Court Throws Out "Wrongful Life" Suit (Jan. 2, 2003)
No Gas Masks For People With Disabilities (Jan. 2, 2003)

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Mom Sings Son's Praises (Dec. 16, 2002)
Easley Is Third Governor To Apologize For Sterilizations (Dec. 16, 2002)
Hospital To Cut Treatments For Certain Patients (Dec. 12, 2002)
Afghans Take To Streets To Protest Lack Of Funding (Dec. 10, 2002)
NCD Report: 1990 Congress Defined Disability More Broadly Than Supreme Court (Dec. 8, 2002)
United Nations Official Calls Disability "A Human Rights Issue" (Dec. 5, 2002)
"Do-Gooder" Lawmaker Didn't Ask Permission To Use Man's Name (Dec. 4, 2002)
Oregon Governor Apologizes For Eugenics "Misdeeds" (Dec. 2, 2002)
Rights Ignored For Indonesians With Disabilities (Dec. 2, 2002)
Disability Groups Question Reeve's Visit (Dec. 2, 2002)

Putin Hears Concerns From Disability Groups, Orders Government To Make Changes (Nov. 29, 2002)
Nuggets' Home Not Welcoming To Wheelchairs, Advocates Claim (Nov. 26, 2002)
Advocates Oppose NIH Bio-Ethicist's Stand On Genetic Testing (Nov. 25, 2002)
Artists Work To Change Island's Attitudes (Nov. 18, 2002)
Sterilization Survivors To Get Apology From Oregon Governor (Nov. 15, 2002)
Ray Charles Honored For Advancing Disability Awareness (Nov. 5, 2002)
State Olmstead Plan Is Not Enough, Advocates Say (Nov. 1, 2002)

Mom Testifies For Son's Inclusion (October 31, 2002)
Judge Must Deny Mom's Request To Have Son Castrated (October 31, 2002)
Charter Of Rights Presented In Scotland -- October 30, 2002
Voters Sue For Access At Polls -- October 30, 2002
Flag Pole Parents -- The Sequel (October 29, 2002)
Advocates Mourn Death Of Civil Rights Champion Wellstone (October 28, 2002)
Group Works To Bust Barriers (October 28, 2002)
Mothers Arrested For Trespassing At Staff Meeting (October 21, 2002)
Louisiana Tops ADAPT List Of Worst Long-Term Care States (October 9, 2002)

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