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Guest Blog: Giving my rep a real education about the ADA Education and Reform Act

​Julie Ross details the arguments against H. R. 620—and how her rep, who cosponsors the bill, didn’t know any of them.

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Pen 2 Paper 2017 Results

Announcing winners and audience favorites from this year’s creative writing contest!

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Cinema Touching Disability 2017 Wrap up

The 14th annual Cinema Touching Disability Film Festival featured films on people—and animals!—thriving with prosthetics.

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HR 620 would take ADA a step backward

Businesses have had over 27 years to comply with the ADA. They don’t need a free pass for more time.

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Building a Barrier-Free Campus

October is Texas Persons with Disabilities History & Awareness Month. Come learn about the history of the nation’s largest minority and why the history of disability rights and accessibility matters.

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Medicaid STILL Matters: CTD’s Take on Cassidy-Graham

​The Senate’s latest effort to repeal the ACA and gut Medicaid: why we hate it, what we’re doing, and how you can help.

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Direct Support Professionals Week 2017

To celebrate Direct Support Professionals Recognition Week 2017, CTD is recognizing outstanding attendants in our own communities!

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CTD’s Statement on Harvey

CTD adamantly reminds our lawmakers and recovery planners that people with disabilities and seniors are at additional risks during natural disaster recovery efforts.

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2017 Texas Tribune Festival

​Major discounts available for Texans with disabilities and low income CTD members!

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CTD’s Statement on Charlottesville

As long as white nationalists view difference as a justification for violence, we all must oppose them.

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