In this photo taken Friday, March 1, 2013, Jennifer Lortie works in her Willimantic, Conn., office. Of the 29 million working–age Americans with a disability Lortie, who has limited arm and leg use due to cerebral palsy, is one of the 5.1 million, who are actually employed. The National Council on Disability's Jeff Rosen says long-standing prejudicial attitudes need to be addressed to boost jobs. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)

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In this photo taken Friday, March 1, 2013, Jennifer Lortie works in her Willimantic, Conn., office. Of the 29 million working–age Americans with a disability Lortie, who has limited arm and leg use due to cerebral palsy, is one of the 5.1 million, who are actually employed. The National Council on Disability's Jeff Rosen says long-standing prejudicial attitudes need to be addressed to boost jobs. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)
In this photo taken Friday, March 1, 2013, Jennifer Lortie works in her Willimantic, Conn., office. Of the 29 million working–age Americans with a disability Lortie, who has limited arm and leg use due to cerebral palsy, is one of the 5.1 million, who are actually employed. The National Council on Disability's Jeff Rosen says long-standing prejudicial attitudes need to be addressed to boost jobs. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)
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