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No ADA Claim for Dyslexia ‘Perception’ (access required)

A Danville U.S. District Court says a plaintiff who worked in a county communications center and alleged she was harassed and prevented from training as a dispatcher after she announced that she suffered from dyslexia loses her suit under the Americans with Disabilities Act. This case, like its predecessor under the Rehabilitation Act, is a perception ...

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