Supreme Court Nominee Wrote Opinion in Credit Union ADA Lawsuit

Matthew Carello, a blind man, filed suit against the Aurora Policemen Credit Union in Illinois in 2017, alleging that its website violated the Americans with Disability Act. Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump’s nominee for Supreme Court justice, authored an opinion that upheld a District Court ruling that Carello did not have standing to sue.

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Supreme Court Nominee Wrote Opinion in Credit Union ADA Lawsuit

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