The drive to put Roosevelt in a wheelchair says more about disability pride than Roosevelt.
Anybody on Medicaid can get into a nursing home; but not get in-home help. Why's that?
Back-and-forth squabbling on the Internet about "physician-induced death." Everybody's got something to say about it, seems like.
Frequent updates on the assisted-suicide and right-to-die issue and other breaking disability-rights news.
An Abstract Artist's Dream by Robert Mauro
Alzheimer's by J. Lynn Hughes
A word or two from the Editors.
Awareness days, parking, activism, more ...
911 victory under wraps; condo fights ramp, Tampa fights parking, an Oscar, an admission.
Mary Jane Owen tells about the 504 sit-in.
Cass Irvin talks about the way we see attendants.
Hot links to disability-rights pages and other Web sites relevant to this month's stories.
January/February edition of Electric Edge, with stories on Chris Reeve, FDR and much more.
March/April edition of Electric Edge, featuring assisted suicide, "awareness" days, a special fiction bonus and lots more.
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