Claiming disability rights in California just got easier. On Thursday, the California Supreme Court ruled that the definition of a disability for employment and housing purposes is a condition that "limits" a major life activity, rather than the federal law's more stringent standard that it "substantially limits." The plaintiff's attorney said the ruling strongly states that California has broader, independent disability laws.
California Justices Give State Independent Disability Laws
February 21, 2003
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