That is a good question, and the answer, with a few caveats, is that no, under the Americans with Disabilities Act, an employer cannot discriminate against an employee, or a prospective employee, because of a disability. So long as the employee can fulfill the requirements of the job, the fact that the employee has a disability, or has experienced a disability in the past, generally cannot be grounds for not hiring someone. Now, the caveat, of course, is that if an employer really wants to find a reason not to hire someone, they may be able to, and proving discrimination
can be difficult. However, where the employer has found you qualified, and there is no other reason not to hire, it would certainly look like disability discrimination
So, in short, no, an employer is prohibited by the Americans with Disabilities Act from refusing to employ someone solely because of a disability.
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