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Want to know how the Portland Police Bureau serves people who have disabilities? Police officers from the Behavioral Health Unit (BHU) and members of the BHU Advisory Committee will present, followed by a public dialogue. ...more

With Election Day on Tuesday, we're getting some last minute questions. Call us at 800-452-1694 if you have problems with voting because of your disability. ...more

DRO is gearing up for the November 4 General Election by offering trainings, publications and general information. Check back here for updates. ...more

The City of Portland is hiring a Compliance Officer and Community Liaison to monitor the Portland Police Bureau's use of force. Interviews for the 3 candidates are open to the public and will take place this Monday, September 29. ...more

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The Closed Digital Door: State Public Benefits Agencies’ Failure to Make Websites Accessible to People with Disabilities and Usable for Everyone

A report on the public benefits agency accessibility and usability research project of the National Center for Law and Economic Justice (NCLEJ). NCLEJ arranged for a team of law students from the Northeastern University School of Law’s Legal Skills in a Social Context course to test the accessibility and usability of public benefits agency web sites in California, Florida, Michigan, New York, and Texas.

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