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Monday, September 04, 2006 

The disabled and the law

Monday, September 4 2006

Even though we may not willingly admit it, a lot of us in Trinidad and Tobago associate physical disability with poverty. When we see someone in a wheelchair, there is often the reaction to hand the person money or offer some kind of charity.

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