Washington–When the Supreme Court this term decides a record five cases involving the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), one disability rights advocate fervently hopes that the act “survives with its guts intact.”

Lawyers for employers like United Parcel Service hope that the act’s “guts” survive too, they say–but not if survival demands a major and unreasonable infusion of their financial lifeblood. UPS, with 300,000 workers, has a huge stake in one of the five cases.

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