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Lawsuit: Sign-language interpreters fail to communicate

Nicki and Kris Runge have been trying to get pregnant. They're working their way through a multi-year infertility treatment involving numerous medications, evaluations and an egg donor....

Disability complaint in coffeeshop service-dog feud

For years, Ivan Lustig brought his service dog, Kobi, to Aspen's swank Ink Coffee, where Lustig was a regular. But what started with a fellow coffee-drinker...

Sign language interpreters sorely lacking in Colo medical care

Lawsuit alleges Pueblo’s Parkview hospital broke state and federal disability laws

Rights Group: Assisted Suicide is discriminatory, a violation of Americans with...

Legalized assisted suicide sets up a double standard: some people get suicide prevention while others get suicide assistance, and the difference between the two...

Bummer, dude: Judge says Abercrombie has to pay up

A Denver district court judge has ordered Abercrombie & Fitch to pay $405,195 in attorneys fees and other costs for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Choosing home

One hundred thirty-nine Coloradans under 65 who live with developmental disabilities are being warehoused in privately owned nursing homes throughout the state.

Denver Judge: Abercrombie Brand Hollister Violating Disabilities Act

Denver-based U.S. District Judge Wiley Daniel has ruled that the entrances to hundreds of Hollister stores nationwide violate the Americans With Disabilities Act.

Feds Probe Denver for Violating Deaf Prisoner Rights

The federal Justice Department is investigating Denver for failing to provide sign-language interpreters for deaf prisoners. Investigators are seeking to determine whether Denver – which touts itself as “one of America’s most accessible cities” -- is violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.

New regulations to add millions to pool of those protected by...

Come May, employers will be required to provide accommodations for a new range of issues and diseases that have recently been given the distinction of a disability as the result of an update to the Americans with Disabilities Act.

State House hopeful Beezley backs ADA despite disparaging comments

On Friday, Colorado State House candidate Don Beezley told me he supports the Americans with Disabilities Act, despite disparaging comments he made about it. He...
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