DRNC Uncovers Disability Discrimination Trend in Law Enforcement For Immediate Release January 14, 2021 An institution will pay $110,000 to settle a discrimination complaint filed by a police officer forced to undergo an illegal medical examination to maintain her job.
National Federation of the Blind and DRNC are also parties Raleigh, North Carolina (December 2, 2020): Nash Hospitals, Inc. will pay $150,000 in damages and attorneys’ fees to settle legal claims by a blind Rocky Mount, NC man whom Nash
Six counties have asked NC DHHS Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen for permission to leave Cardinal Innovations and join another managed care organization (MCO). They listed significant problems with the MCO. Cardinal Innovations uses Medicaid funds to help more than 800,000
NC District 11 will now be represented in Congress by Madison Cawthorn, a wheelchair user. DRNC plans to reach out to Mr. Cawthorn and his office to address our concerns regarding divisive language he used during his campaign, and discuss issues
DRNC appreciates all the voters in North Carolina who participated in our democracy by exercising their right to vote in the election. There are many close races and we know people are eager for the final results. We would like
As part of DRNC’s unwavering commitment to inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility, we are excited to announce that we have made some structural changes in our organization, including a restructuring of our leadership team. Our new configuration will add important
Lawsuit Filed Today in Federal Court July 27, 2020 – Raleigh, NC – Today, disability organizations filed a lawsuit against the North Carolina State Board of Elections (“NCSBOE”) for excluding North Carolinians with disabilities from their Absentee Voting program. The