The Prince George’s County Board of Education does not have immunity from suits under
the Americans with Disability Act seeking $100,000 or less, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of
Appeals has held.
The 2-1 decision affirms a ruling by a federal judge in Greenbelt, who allowed elementary
school teacher Hope Lee-Thomas to proceed with her suit.
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