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Introduction to Disability Rights

As you learned in the History section, people with disabilities did not have many special rights before the 1970s. Now there are many laws and regulations that give you the right to go to school, get support on a job, live where you want, ask for ramps or elevators, and much more. Why should you care? Well if you don't know your rights, how can you ask for what you want and need?

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