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    The Americans with Disabilities Act does not take the perspective that disability is an entitlement issue. What is meant by this statement?

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    Disability is not an entitlement, it is an issue that addresses health and well being and the needs of people who have issues with health that prevent them from going places, doing things, or having a viable job. While some one disabled may receive SSA/SSI payments, they are based on the income of the ...

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    A discussion on disability and its not being recognized as an entitlement under the American with Disabilities Act.