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NIC Laws/Legislation

Significant Legislative Initiatives

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PL 89-333 is also known as The Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1965
PL 93-112 is also known as Rehab Act of 1973
Section 501, 503 & 504 are found under PL 93-112 / Rehab Act of 1973
PL 93-112 / Rehab Act of 1973 Defines "handicapped individuals" and their rights.
Mandates fully accessible rehabilitation services. This means that agencies receiving federal funds must be accessible PL 93-112 / Rehab Act of 1973
This Act requires post-secondary institutions, business, criminal legal proceedings and medical settings, etc. have to provide sign language interpreters and other forms of access accommodations Pl 93-112 / Rehab Act of 1973
Section 501 Employment practices of the federal governement
Section 503 Federal Contractors
Section 504 Recipients of federal assistance
Identified sign language interpreting as a service for Deaf clients of vocational rehabilitation for the fist time. PL 89-333 / The Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1965
The beginning of paid interpreting opportunities for sign language interpreters in the U.S. PL 89-333 / The Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1965
What year was the PL 89-333 / The Vocational Rehabilitation Act established 1965
What year was PL 93-112 / Rehab Act established 1973
What year was the PL 94-142 / Education for All Handicapped Children Act established 1975
PL 94-142 / Education for All Handicapped Children Act Requires that disabled children be educated in the "least restrictive environment"
Which Act is responsible for the proliferation of interpreting jobs within elementary and secondary schools PL 94-142 / Education for All Handicapped Children Act
PL 94-142 is also known as Education for All Handicapped Children Act
PL 95-539 is also known as The Court Interpreters Act of 1978
PL 95-539 Mandated the use of only certified interpreters in Federal Court
What year was PL 95-539 / The Court Interpreters Act established 1978
Sec. 304 provides money that currently funds 12 federal interpreter education centers PL 95-602/ Rehabilitation Amendments of 1978
Sec. 101 mandates the use of personnel traine in the use of the client's native language or mode of communication PL 95-602/ Rehabilitation Amendments of 1978
What year was PL 95-602 established 1978
ADA American with Disabilities Act
What year was American with Disabilities Act established 1991
"equal access" to the private business sector ADA
IDEA Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
PL 101-476 is also known as Education of the Handicapped Act Ammendments
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