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Sunday Cover (Disabilities Act: Mental Illness) #345569

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 26, 1992
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Protection in the Americans with Disabilities Act of the mentally handicapped against job discrimination featured; scenes shown of march in New York City to celebrate the latest phase in the act. [In Austin, Texas, APCOA airport cashier manic depressive Shari SMITH, National Alliance for Mental Illness Ron HONBERG, Prudential Insurance Company of America Virginia FLEMING, insurance auditor and manic depressive Tony SEQUERO - comment.] New regulations to protect the mentally handicapped and the response of some businesses to them outlined. [HONBERG, FLEMING - back the new law.] Likelihood of legal challenges from employers concerned about costs noted.

Smith, Harry

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