Senate Likes Disability Bill

The Senate yesterday gave Second Reading to a cabinet bill on accessibility, and referred it to hearings of its social affairs committee. The Commons passed the bill unanimously last November 27 though MPs noted it will not take effect for years even if it becomes law: “No one group should have to fight to enjoy the full rights of citizenship.”

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