DOJ sues Fla. for keeping children with disabilities in nursing homes

07/22/2013 | Washington Times, The

The Justice Department on Monday filed a lawsuit against Florida for unnecessarily housing 200 children with disabilities in nursing homes and cutting services that would permit them to receive care at home or in community-based settings. Federal officials said the state has made some improvements but cited ongoing violations against the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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