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Disability discrimination law in Ohio a mess that needs cleaning up

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in Employment Law,Human Resources

It is illegal in Ohio for an employer to discriminate because of the em­­­ployee’s disability. But it’s not always easy to figure out who this proscription covers, because Ohio’s statute and the federal ADA have their own respective definitions of “disability,” which vary slightly.

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