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Disability Rights Should Be Central in US Presidential Race

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Expand Protesters supporting people with disabilities gather outside the White House in Washington, May 15, 2017. © 2017 AP Photo/Susan Walsh This week, ten United States presidential candidates will take the stage to debate climate change, healthcare, immigration, economic inequality, and education – all of which have direct implications for people with disabilities. But will there be any mention of disability rights? During July’s debates, not a single question or answer touched on disability rights. The absence of this key issue in the debates underscores the obstacles people with disabilities…

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