Bernie Sanders

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Bernie Sanders has always been for disability rights. A quote that is posted in Bernie Sanders’ campaign page, under Fighting for Disability Rights (2016) says, “The Americans with Disabilities Act established a clear national mandate that we as a nation have a moral responsibility to ensure that all Americans have access to the programs and the support needed to contribute to society, live with dignity, and achieve a high quality of life.” Under the same page, it states that Bernie Sanders will do three things for the people with disabilities. As President, Bernie plans to “protect and expand the social security disability insurance program (SSDI)”, “increase employment and education opportunities for persons with disabilities”, and... View More »

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” It goes to show that Bernie Sander truly is man who cares for people with disabilities and that he really wants to help these people for the better, rather than ignoring them like how the federal government has been acting.

Fighting for Disability Rights – Bernie Sanders. (2016). Retrieved March 14, 2016, from
Bernie Sanders on People With Disabilities. (2016). Retrieved March 14, 2016, from

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