Letters to the Editor

May 3, 2013 12:00 AM

Letters to the editor on I/DD care, casino smoking, regulations, Keystone, local pharmacies

Individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities require various levels of care and supervision in order to function. They require this assistance for their entire lives. Parents are scared to death that changes to the current system of community-based services will disrupt that care. They have good reason to be scared.

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