The Supreme Court on Tuesday limited the reach of a federal ban on discrimination against the disabled, ruling the law generally does not protect people with poor eyesight or other conditions that can be corrected.

Protections of the Americans with Disabilities Act usually are restricted to people whose conditions are not readily corrected with medication or devices such as eyeglasses, the justices said in three rulings.

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