Report says inquiries into deaths of disabled Georgians fall short Report says inquiries into deaths of disabled Georgians fall short
An independent reviewer, who monitors compliance with the agreement between the state and the Department of Justice, found that more than 350 people with... Report says inquiries into deaths of disabled Georgians fall short

An independent reviewer, who monitors compliance with the agreement between the state and the Department of Justice, found that more than 350 people with disabilities remain in state hospitals and that the state has made “scant” progress in providing homes for people with chronic mental illness. In addition, her report suggests that preventable deaths still occur and don’t always receive appropriate scrutiny.

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