I have been searching and can not find the law that answers this question and I desperately need the answer by Tuesday. Can you be asked to prove your disability to an public agency. I know Disney can not ask me to show proof that I am blind. I know businesses can not require me to show proof that I am blind there fore need a service dog. So while in court and asking for reasonable accommodations I was asked to prove by a medical doctor I am legally blind, since I asked them to show it to me in a law and they refused I refused to answer them. Case was continued more than 60 days ago, up til now the state still refuses to give reasonable accommodations because I have refused to give them medical proof that I am blind and need a reader. Big thing to me is that the judge writes on court papers that I am blind, reason why I don't want to give them more. It is public record and I should not be identified as my disability, I should be identified as my name. This bothers me because a reader would be like an interpretur IMHO and the court has no quarks about providing an interpreter to Spanish or Chinese and they don't require medical documentation, or any other documentation and nothing against them, many do speak English, just would prefer the hearing to be in there native language. Anyway the state is title II just like Disney, but the only copies I can pull up are the 2008 and 2010 revised versions of title II. Can anyone help me? Don't worry I am not in any legal trouble, I am fighting the state to help pay 1/2 of my medical premiums since they are now well over $250 a month and there is a program for them to pay my Medicare premiums and I still would pay my supplemental premiums.