Disabled workers in Oregon say employment programs are biased

01/26/2012 | Reuters

Oregon employment programs for disabled workers violate federal anti-discrimination laws, a lawsuit filed by the Cerebral Palsy Association and eight people with intellectual and developmental disabilities alleges. Critics of the employment programs say they isolate disabled workers from the rest of the workforce, and often cause workers to be paid less than minimum wage.

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