Discrimination / ADA Rights
The ADA prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities by public accommodations, which are private businesses open to the public.
Job applicants and employees with disabilities are protected by the ADA.
Under the ADA, state and local governments must not discriminate against people with disabilities.
Federal law provides protections for higher education students with disabilities.
Federal laws protect the rights of people with disabilities to be treated fairly when they rent and buy housing.
The ADA provides rights to people with disabilities seeking access to public and private transportation.
Last updated: October 04, 2022