ADA Now is an on-line magazine, published quarterly, that provides information and resources on the Americans with Disabilities Act. ADA Now is primarily designed for ADA Coordinators working in state and local government as well as business and education. However, anyone involved in implementing the ADA or who is affected by the ADA will find useful information.
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