Justice Department Provides Guidance about the ADA and Persons with HIV/AIDS

Tuesday, July 10, 2012
The U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division Disability Rights Section recently published a Questions and Answers guidance for the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Persons with HIV/AIDS.  The information is set forth in a question and answer format.  It covers topics such as whether people living with HIV or AIDS are protected by the ADA, which employers are covered, which employment practices are covered, and who is covered.  The information also covers topics such as the ADA and public accommodations, state and local government violations, housing, and air transportation.  The website also lists numerous resources for the ADA as well as providing a link for information about filing a complaint with the Department of Justice.  This guidance can be found at http://www.ada.gov/aids/ada_q&a_aids.htm.
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