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ARE OREGON COUNTIES CONDITIONAL USE (CUP) MEDICAL HARDSHIP CODES AND APPLICATIONS FOR DWELLINGS IN COMPLIANCE WITH OREGON STATE STATUES AND REGULATIONS, TITLE II OF THE AMERICAN DISABILITY ACT AND § 504 OF THE REHABILITATION ACT – Vol. I of IV By Bruce Henion
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Not all Oregon Counties adhere to Conditional Use Medical Hardship for a dwelling ORS’s, OAR, Title II of the American Disabilities Act and § 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (Serving as... More > protection of the civil rights of severely disabled (Statuary Framework)< Less
ARE OREGON COUNTIES CONDITIONAL USE (CUP) MEDICAL HARDSHIP CODES AND APPLICATIONS FOR DWELLINGS IN COMPLIANCE WITH OREGON STATE STATUES AND REGULATIONS, TITLE II OF THE AMERICAN DISABILITY ACT AND § 504 OF THE REHABILITATION ACT – Vol. IV of IV By Bruce Henion
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Not all Oregon Counties adhere to Conditional Use Medical Hardship for a dwelling ORS’s, OAR, Title II of the American Disabilities Act and § 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (Serving as... More > protection of the civil rights of severely disabled (Statuary Framework)< Less
ARE OREGON COUNTIES CONDITIONAL USE (CUP) MEDICAL HARDSHIP CODES AND APPLICATIONS FOR DWELLINGS IN COMPLIANCE WITH OREGON STATE STATUES AND REGULATIONS, TITLE II OF THE AMERICAN DISABILITY ACT AND § 504 OF THE REHABILITATION ACT – Vol. IV of IV By Bruce Henion
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Not all Oregon Counties adhere to Conditional Use Medical Hardship for a dwelling ORS’s, OAR, Title II of the American Disabilities Act and § 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (Serving as... More > protection of the civil rights of severely disabled (Statuary Framework)< Less
ARE OREGON COUNTIES CONDITIONAL USE (CUP) MEDICAL HARDSHIP CODES AND APPLICATIONS FOR DWELLINGS IN COMPLIANCE WITH OREGON STATE STATUES AND REGULATIONS, TITLE II OF THE AMERICAN DISABILITY ACT AND § 504 OF THE REHABILITATION ACT – Vol. III of IV By Bruce Henion
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Not all Oregon Counties adhere to Conditional Use Medical Hardship for a dwelling ORS’s, OAR, Title II of the American Disabilities Act and § 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (Serving as... More > protection of the civil rights of severely disabled (Statuary Framework)< Less
ARE OREGON COUNTIES CONDITIONAL USE (CUP) MEDICAL HARDSHIP CODES AND APPLICATIONS FOR DWELLINGS IN COMPLIANCE WITH OREGON STATE STATUES AND REGULATIONS, TITLE II OF THE AMERICAN DISABILITY ACT AND § 504 OF THE REHABILITATION ACT – Vol. III of IV By Bruce Henion
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Not all Oregon Counties adhere to Conditional Use Medical Hardship for a dwelling ORS’s, OAR, Title II of the American Disabilities Act and § 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (Serving as... More > protection of the civil rights of severely disabled (Statuary Framework)< Less
ARE OREGON COUNTIES CONDITIONAL USE (CUP) MEDICAL HARDSHIP CODES AND APPLICATIONS FOR DWELLINGS IN COMPLIANCE WITH OREGON STATE STATUES AND REGULATIONS, TITLE II OF THE AMERICAN DISABILITY ACT AND § 504 OF THE REHABILITATION ACT – Vol. II of IV By Bruce Henion
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Not all Oregon Counties adhere to Conditional Use Medical Hardship for a dwelling ORS’s, OAR, Title II of the American Disabilities Act and § 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (Serving as... More > protection of the civil rights of severely disabled (Statuary Framework)< Less
ARE OREGON COUNTIES CONDITIONAL USE (CUP) MEDICAL HARDSHIP CODES AND APPLICATIONS FOR DWELLINGS IN COMPLIANCE WITH OREGON STATE STATUES AND REGULATIONS, TITLE II OF THE AMERICAN DISABILITY ACT AND § 504 OF THE REHABILITATION ACT – Vol. II of IV By Bruce Henion
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ARE OREGON COUNTIES CONDITIONAL USE (CUP) MEDICAL HARDSHIP CODES AND APPLICATIONS FOR DWELLINGS IN COMPLIANCE WITH OREGON STATE STATUES AND REGULATIONS, TITLE II OF THE AMERICAN DISABILITY ACT AND § 504 OF THE REHABILITATION ACT – Vol. I of IV By Bruce Henion
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WHAT I LEARNED TO WRITE AND FILE A COMPLAINT AGAINST MARION COUNTY IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, DISTRICT OF OREGON, PORTLAND AND EUGENE DIVISION, RESULTING IN A MOTION FOR APPOINTMENT OF PRO BONO COUNSEL By Bruce Henion
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Individualized treatment: “Individuals with disabilities must be treated on a case-by-case basis consistent with facts and objective evidence” (Ref. 20 - See, e.g., 28 C.F.R. ~ 35.130(b);... More > see also 28 C.F.R. pt. 35, App. B (explaining in 1991 Section-by-Section guidance to the Title II regulation, “ that, taken together, the provisions ((in 28 C.F.R. ~ 35.130(b)) are intended to prohibit exclusion . . . of individuals with disabilities and denial of equal opportunities enjoyed by others, based on, among other things, presumptions, patronizing attitudes, fears, and stereotypes about individuals with disabilities.” Consistent with these standards, public entities are required to ensure that their actions are based on facts applicable to individuals and not presumptions as to what a class of individuals with disabilities can or cannot do. (Ref. School Bd. of Nasssan County v. Arline, 480 U.S. 273, 285 (1987) of U. S. Department of Health And Human Services, U. S. Department of Justice, and Civil Rights Section).< Less
WHAT I LEARNED TO WRITE AND FILE A COMPLAINT AGAINST MARION COUNTY IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, DISTRICT OF OREGON, PORTLAND AND EUGENE DIVISION, RESULTING IN A MOTION FOR APPOINTMENT OF PRO BONO COUNSEL By Bruce Henion
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Individualized treatment: “Individuals with disabilities must be treated on a case-by-case basis consistent with facts and objective evidence” (Ref. 20 - See, e.g., 28 C.F.R. ~ 35.130(b);... More > see also 28 C.F.R. pt. 35, App. B (explaining in 1991 Section-by-Section guidance to the Title II regulation, “ that, taken together, the provisions ((in 28 C.F.R. ~ 35.130(b)) are intended to prohibit exclusion . . . of individuals with disabilities and denial of equal opportunities enjoyed by others, based on, among other things, presumptions, patronizing attitudes, fears, and stereotypes about individuals with disabilities.” Consistent with these standards, public entities are required to ensure that their actions are based on facts applicable to individuals and not presumptions as to what a class of individuals with disabilities can or cannot do. (Ref. School Bd. of Nasssan County v. Arline, 480 U.S. 273, 285 (1987) of U. S. Department of Health And Human Services, U. S. Department of Justice, and Civil Rights Section).< Less