“I done tol’ you so” says Andrea …

Posted on 30 October 2007. Filed under: ADA Court Cases, ADA Restoration Act of 2007, Advocacy |

No, not me. (Though I “done tol’ you so” too, many times.) ANOTHER Andrea, of the “Andrea’s Buzzing About” blog, has written what is now her second blog post on the ADA Restoration Act.

Andrea’s post I done tol’ you so summarizes two court cases that help illustrate why we need the ADA Restoration Act. (One of them links to a recent post of mine). Andrea also shares her experience in trying to express her views to her congressional representative about the ADA Restoration Act.

Have YOU tried talking with your congressional representative (or an aide) in person about the ADA Restoration Act? Or with one of your senators? Please share your story with me–I’d love to post it here. Or, if you’re Deaf, consider producing a vlog about it: I don’t have a clue how to post videos here, but I’d be delighted to link to one of your own.


PLEASE make an ASL vlog (or a written blog, if you like) on the ADA Restoration Act! If you do, I’d be delighted to link to you!

CCD has compiled an excellent collection of materials on the ADA and on the ADA Restoration Act of 2007, so it’s well worth following their link to www.c-c-d.org/ada.

See my continually-updated list of blog entries from all over the web about the ADA Restoration Act of 2007, always available from the top navigation bar at “On the ADA Restoration Act.”

See examples of specific court cases that have served to undermine the spirit and intent of the Americans with Disabilities Act: click on “ADA Court Cases” under “categories” in the right-hand navigation bar. I still have a few more ADA Court Cases in the coming few weeks.

Also, don’t miss these links: One group of activists has posted a short list of simple ideas of things you can do to help get the Restoration Act passed. And do check out the ADA Restoration Blog for updates. Or browse through background information on the ADA Restoration Act. Or contact your legislators.

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