‘Hamilton’ Settlement Talks Stall in ADA Lawsuit

In a lawsuit where a blind theatergoer claimed the musical “Hamilton” was not accessible to people with disabilities, settlement talks have stalled. The plaintiff in the suit said live audio descriptions of the musical were not offered. Read more

“The Disability Box”

Continuing The New York Times series on disability, a columnist examines identity through the lens of their own disability and the community that surrounds disability. Read more

Did a Catholic School Reject a Student Because of their Disability?

A school in Michigan is facing litigation over allegations that the school rejected a prospective student because of her disability. The school is defending its decision to reject based on religious grounds. A decision from the state’s Supreme Court could come later this year. Read more