Disability Rights Attorney Disbarred Over Lawsuits Filed Under Disability Laws By Associated Press • May 17, 2019 Peter Strojnik on Twitter A lawyer who filed numerous lawsuits against small businesses claiming violations of disability access laws has been disbarred. Arizona Report Urges Changes to Stop Sex Abuse of Disabled By Associated Press • Jan 30, 2019 3TV/CBS 5 A state panel is calling on Arizona lawmakers and agencies to implement policy changes to better prevent and report sexual abuse of people with developmental disabilities. Legislation Eliminates Offensive Terms from State Verbiage By Howard Fischer • Apr 22, 2014 pbp1.com State lawmakers gave final approval Monday to eliminating words from state laws — words that some find offensive. Arizona Public Radio’s Howard Fischer explains. State's Cut on Briefs Rejected By Howard Fischer • May 21, 2012 A federal judge today slapped down a cost-cutting bid by the state's Medicaid program to deny incontinence briefs to adults who need them.