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Multiple Sclerosis Not Covered by ADA

The multiple sclerosis of the plaintiff, a former corrections investigator, was not a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act, since it precluded him only from performing his own job and not a broad class of jobs, and the defendants were therefore not required to reassign him to another position. See: Frazier v. Simmons, 90 F.Supp.2d 1221 (D.Kan. 2000).

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