• Disability Laws in Massachusetts

    The Massachusetts Office on Disability (MOD) was created to increase awareness of the rights of persons with disabilities, both by persons with disabilities themselves and by the larger community. MOD has a publication titled: Disability Rights Laws in Massachusetts that can be found on their publication page.
  • Massachusetts Civil Rights Act (MCRA)

    The MCRA protects your right to use public parks, attend schools, live peacefully, and enjoy other basic rights free from bias-motivated threats, intimidation, coercion and violence. These rights are the heart of our safety, well-being and freedom.
  • Law Prohibiting Discrimination against Medicare Beneficiaries

  • Your Voting Rights

    The Elections Division of the Secretary of State's Office has written regulations that apply to site access, parking, entrances, voting equipment, etc. All municipalities are responsible for following these regulations. The position of the Massachusetts Attorney General is that all federal, state and municipal elections must be accessible to persons with disabilities.
  • Americans with Disabilities Act Information