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Could smoking be an ADA-protected disability?

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in Employment Law,Human Resources

The recently enacted ADA Amendments Act was passed to make it “much easier for individuals seeking the law’s protection to demonstrate that they meet the definition of ‘disability.’ …” It does that by expanding the definition of the term “disability.” In fact, the definition of “disability” may now be so broad that it covers conditions such as nicotine addiction.

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