No Website Accessibility Regulations, No Problem! At Least for the Justice Department…

Beginning in July 2010, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) started talking about new federal regulations concerning website accessibility for people with disabilities. For seven years, in rule making…

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The Justice Department Says Not Enough ASL Interpreters? That’s a Problem!

On June 11, 2018, the U.S. Justice Department (DOJ) announced an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) settlement with the Washington Health Care Authority (HCA).  HCA has been assisting health care…

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Federal Judge Strikes Down Google Translate – Rules Translation Inaccuracies to be Unconstitutional

A federal judge in Kansas tossed out evidence of illegal drug possession, ruling that a limited English proficient criminal defendant did not give consent to a police search of his…

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Higher Education, Deaf Students, and the Americans with Disabilities Act

For a long time, healthcare seemed to be the target of choice for lawsuits claiming disability discrimination because sign language interpreters were not provided to deaf patients.  While healthcare continues…

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The 2018 Elections & Website Accessibility

Government provides vital information and services to U.S. citizens and residents. Their access to such information is essential to being able to obtain the services they need. In 2018, U.S.…

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