Suit claims state didn’t take steps to communicate with deaf, blind, other disabled

Eight disabled state residents and a local advocacy organization today filed a lawsuit in federal court against the state agency that provides health care to more than a million low-income residents, arguing it has failed to comply with laws that require all forms and other documents to cater to the needs of deaf, blind, and other physically and mentally impaired recipients of care. (1 min ago)

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