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Reader Input: Disabilities often unseen

No one should be questioned about a disability. People often assume that a disability is a physical handicap. Disabilities can also be mental or even an illness that you cannot ...

No contest plea in Penryn care-home rape, pregnancy case

AUBURN CA - A 22-year-old Sacramento man pleaded no contest Wednesday to a rape charge and now faces 13 years in prison in connection with the sexual assault at a Penryn& ...

Severely disabled patient pregnant at Penryn care facility?

Law enforcement is investigating a report that a severely disabled patient was found to be pregnant at a Penryn-based intermediate care facility. Lt. Mark Reed of the Placer Count ...

Profiteers: Don’t game the ADA

Why is the law protecting those engaged in these ADA lawsuits (Journal, Nov. 11)? The courts know; they are filed for profit and harassment reasons. There is a pattern here of fili ...

ADA lawsuits gouge public

In reference to the ADA lawsuits (Journal, Aug. 24): I am, along with other businesses, the victims of these lawsuits. At present there are three businesses in City of Davis being ...

ADA lawsuits about greed, exploitation

These ADA lawsuits must come to a screeching halt (Journal, Aug. 24)! Again, this is about financial gain, not the disabled. Our inept lawmakers must put a stop to this economic ex ...

Auburn harbors poor disabled access

In regard to the ADA controversy — let me say that I abhor Mr. (Scott) Johnson’s tactics (Journal, July 10). However, if building owners had been compliant in the 20 years sinc ...

Lawyer crusader or profiteer?

Re: “ADA lawsuits span Placer County,” Journal, July 7. No business in their right mind wants to prevent a disabled customer who physically cannot access their facility because ...

Auburn drowning victim a "hermit" who left death a mystery

By the look of things – after his body was recovered from the Wise Canal in North Auburn last week – the man with the scraggly, graying beard and the unkempt, long hair could h ...

Auburn's EASE meets diabled needs

Serving the construction needs of the Northern California disabled community from Modesto to the Oregon border, Auburn resident Steven Weaver is a man with a mission. In 2001, Wea ...