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Handicap discrimination law: what does the statute imply?



Handicap discrimination law: what does the statute imply?



Hospital Progress 62(1): 56-59



Sections 503 and 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act are at issue in various recent court actions. More litigation is to be expected in defining a "qualified handicapped individual" and in determining whether the statute implies private right of action for employment discrimination.

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