Bush's father joins president at bill-signing
WASHINGTON (AP) — With his father looking on, President Bush on Thursday signed legislation expanding the protections afforded by the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act to those who can use medication or other devices to treat impairments.
The original law was enacted in 1990, when former President George H.W. Bush, the current president's father, was in office. The act is widely regarded as...
Sunday, October 5, 2008
Bush's father joins president at ADAAA Bill Signing
From the Associated Press (9/25):
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