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Should the government still allow some employers to pay less than minimum wage?

Jun 17, 2022
The so-called "subminimum wage" program was created for employers that hire people with disabilities, but some say that practice should end.
The Department of Labor is suing a Montana ranch that employs people with disabilities, alleging the ranch unlawfully paid them as little as $1.17 an hour.
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Making the web easier to access for people with disabilities

Innovation is a big buzzword in the tech community, but that doesn't always mean innovation for people with disabilities.

Got questions about disability in America? Here's your resource guide

Jun 22, 2018
A reading list from the informational to the literary.
[Image Description: A young woman lays on her back, holding up a book to read in the sunshine. She is wearing a light-colored shirt, blue jeans and a pair of sunglasses. In the foreground is a blurred out individual propped up on her elbows. They are sitting in a field of green grass, with small flowers growing around the area.]
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In a tight labor market, people with disabilities find more work

Jun 22, 2018
Unemployment for workers with disabilities has fallen by nearly half since 2011.
A view of Samrawit Biyazin, a Portland State University graduate who has been blind since she was a child in Ethiopia. She said that “coming here, I realized that blind people can study anything they want, so I said to myself, 'I’m going to try to study something math-oriented, number-oriented.'"
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