Governors work to increase jobs available for people with disabilities

Delaware Gov. Jack Markell, chairman of the National Governors Association, said he and other governors are working on ways to help states and businesses increase the number of jobs available for people with disabilities. He told the Senate's Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee that there have been more than 50 meetings with experts, along with roundtable discussions on ways to increase jobs, and that he plans to hold two regional NGA summits over the next few months that will focus on best practices.

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