Judge Rules North Carolina Violated Portion Of North Carolina Persons With Disabilities Protection Act.

February 7, 2020

The AP (2/7) reported a ruling issued this week, which stems from a 2017 lawsuit, “said the state” of North Carolina and “Department of Health and Human Services violated a portion of the North Carolina Persons With Disabilities Protection Act.” Superior Court Judge Allen Baddour “ruled that the state violated a nearly 30-year-old legal mandate prohibiting situations that would force people to leave their homes to obtain treatment.”

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