By Emma Myers, ABC

People with disability often experience ridicule, offensive assumptions, bias and intimidation. It does not matter whether this arises from hate, prejudice, misguided assumptions and attitudes towards disability  — or one person’s interpretation of religious belief.

Now disability advocates — along with those for the LGBTQI advocates — are warning the federal government’s religious discrimination bill does not go far enough to protect the existing rights of vulnerable communities.

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