One of the problem disability rights organizations  face when they try to create sweeping change through litigation is that laws like the ADA protect individuals and redress individual injuries. The Supreme Court has recognized something called “organizational standing” that recognizes the harm an organization may suffer from illegal discrimination, but the Seventh Circuit’s recent decision in Access Living of Metro. Chicago v. Uber Techs., Inc., 958 F.3d 604 (7th Cir. 2020) illustrates how this court created doctrine will always end up limited by the actual words of the statute.