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S.Res. 628 (110th): A resolution expressing support for the designation of Disability Pride Day and recognizing that all people, including people living with disabilities, have the right, responsibility, and ability to be active, contributing members of society and fully engaged as citizens of the United States.

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The summary below was written by the Congressional Research Service, which is a nonpartisan division of the Library of Congress.

7/25/2008--Introduced. Supports the goals and ideals of Disability Pride Day.

Invites the citizens of the United States to join in celebrating the pride, the power, and the potential of people with disabilities by celebrating Disability Pride Day.

Urges public officials and the general public to honor Americans with disabilities by educating themselves on ways to support and encourage understanding of persons with disabilities in schools, within the diverse workforce, as well as in our communities.