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Judge orders halt to state cuts in services to people with disabilities

Someday, let’s hope our state progresses to the point at which advocates for low-income disabled people no longer have to take state officals to court to get orders like this one that was issued today by conservative Republican Terrence Boyle.

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  1. david esmay

    December 8, 2011 at 7:33 pm

    Could we ask for more proof of Tillis and Berger’s ignorance and ineptness? Lanier Cansler, a Republican who warned the NCGOTP of what would befall those with disabilities based on their missguided budget, being hauled into court by a Republican judge to face the music composed by his bretheren. It would be funny, if it weren’t such any indictment of their failed ideology. I’ve really reached a level of disgust with the leadership of this assembly that I thought was impossible.

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