Illinois AG Files Brief In Support Of Teen Hockey

Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul is taking legal action in support of a teen hockey player.  Raoul today filed an amicus brief with the Illinois Supreme Court.  The AG says the litigation involves a player with Team Illinois Hockey Club, who was banned from team workouts, practices, and games at a public ice arena in Woodridge, Illinois after she disclosed her disability to her coach.  Raoul argues the player has a case of disability discrimination under the Illinois Humans Right Act.