WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Albertson's, Boise, Idaho, scored a legal victory last week in a Supreme Court decision here narrowing the scope of employer obligations under the Americans With Disabilities Act. al device or medication, or even with the compensatory abilities of their own bodies, are not covered by the 1990 Act. In the Albertson's case, the Supreme Court ruled that a truck driver who was dismissed for not meeting federal vision standards couldn't sue the company to get his job back, ...

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