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National Council on Disability Monthly Bulletin for January 2010
Date:1/29/2010

WASHINGTON, Jan. 29  /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Following is the National Council on Disability's monthly bulletin for December 2006:

The "Bulletin," which is free of charge and at NCD's award-winning Web site (http://www.ncd.gov), brings you the latest issues and news affecting people with disabilities. To subscribe to the NCD listserv, go to http://listserv.access.gpo.gov, click on "Online mailing list archives," select "NCD-NEWS-L," click on "Join or leave the list," then complete the short subscription form. Please send your editorial comments to "Bulletin" editor Mark S. Quigley (mquigley@ncd.gov).

NCD32 Years of Disability Policy Leadership—1978–2010

NCD Conducts Houston Quarterly Meeting

NCD held its winter quarterly meeting in Houston, TX, January 19–21, 2010, and was welcomed on the first day by Houston Mayor Annise Parker.

NCD also heard from several speakers on January 19, including: '/>"/>

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