The good news is that voting, as an American tradition, is alive and well. The bad news is that the disenfranchisement of people with disabilities - also a tradition in this country - is, too. I experienced it firsthand last Tuesday in Augusta, Maine, when I attempted to exercise my constitutional right to vote.
- Ava gives the deaf and hard-of-hearing a more present voice in group conversations
- ABC's 'Speechless' gives a voice to kids with disabilities
- Trump Win Brings Uncertainty On Disability Policy
- Disability Rights Advocates Are Terrified Of A Donald Trump White House
- Pot ballot drives put medical, recreational users at odds
- Apple's stresses accessibility with new site
- METRO Bus Service will be FREE on Election Day - Tuesday, November 8
- Voters With Disabilities Fight For More Accessible Polling Places
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