Bill In Minnesota Legislature Proposes To Enable Cameras In Long-Term Care Residences.

February 6, 2019

The Minneapolis Star Tribune (2/6, Serres) reports that “after years of deliberation,” legislators in Minnesota “are moving to protect the rights of family members to use cameras to monitor the care” of nursing home residents, and supporters of the proposal hope it “could serve as a deterrent to maltreatment at a time when allegations of abuse against vulnerable adults are on the rise.”

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