Part I of this Note explains the development of· the current state of handicappers' civil rights law in Michigan, beginning with legislative initiatives and progressing to administrative and judicial decisions. Part II analyzes traditional antidiscrimination theory and suggests how that theory can be adapted to handicappers. By examining hypothetical situations, Part III exposes the disparity between the current state of the law in Michigan and the proposed theoretical analysis and suggests amendments to the MHCRA to reconcile this disparity.
Aldebaran B. Enloe,
Improving Handicappers' Civil Rights in Michigan--Preventing Discrimination Through Accommodation,
U. Mich. J. L. Reform
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mjlr/vol21/iss1/10