It has been 31 years since President George H. W. Bush signed into law the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990.
This law would open up the world to Americans with disabilities of all kinds–both mental and physical conditions.
It covers employment, public public entities and public transportation, public accommodations and commercial facilities, and there have been many legal cases further augmenting the basic law, which was added to under President George W. Bush.
It gives disabled people hope and promise that they can achieve as much as possible, backed by federal law and courts.
It is one of the most lasting impacts of both Presidents Bush in history!