“Under Laufer’s theory, she had a right to the information she alleges Acheson didn’t give her. And the statute makes that denial of information discrimination against disabled persons and gives Laufer the right to sue in response. That Laufer had no intent to use the information for anything but a lawsuit doesn’t change things—she was still injured in precisely the way the statute was designed to protect,” Judge O. Rogeriee Thompson wrote.