Suit claims Michigan impedes care for adopted children with special needs

05/11/2011 | Detroit News, The

Ten sets of Michigan parents have filed a lawsuit in federal court, claiming the state has failed to provide medical subsidies for their adopted children who have special needs. The case -- which seeks class-action status -- cites a number of obstacles for families seeking reimbursement of medical care, including bureaucratic delays, interference with residential placements and refusals by the state to pay for services.

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