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Yes and no and I will explain why I phrased it that way.
Texas is an extremely pro-employer state. So much so that the employer isn't bound by the terms of their policy manuals, etc. They are free to violate their employee handbook and can't be sued.
However, looking at it from a different perspective it may very well be discrimination due to your disability.
How many employees work there where you do or within 75 miles?