Well, just like the title says...
Long story short (Let's hope):
Family member owns a trucking company, in this case it's a vehicle transport company. (Local)
No CDL requirements as the trucks are small enough to not require the driver's to have commercial license.
One current driver has been terminated due to being an insulin dependent diabetic. I don't have the full details of this, so I feel it is best left alone. However, an applicant was in fact denied employment due to being an insulin dependent diabetic...When I researched this, it appears that in CDL cases, there was once a restriction, but was altered for allowances in 2003. There is more detail to the law from '03 and several amendments which now allow any insulin dependent diabetic (within certain restrictions of health) can indeed drive commercially.
I'm having trouble finding anything specific that allows for a potential employer to discriminate due to this disability. Anyone out there know more about this in Arizona?