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  • Governor McCrory signs Burt's Law

    Burt's Law requires at group homes for the mentally disabled to report abuse to the county department of social services and the local district attorney within 24 hours, but also provides them with protection from job threats or harassment for making the report.

Burt's Law requires at group homes for the mentally disabled to report abuse to the county department of social services and the local district attorney within 24 hours, but also provides them with protection from job threats or harassment for making the report. Craig Jarvis cjarvis@newsobserver.com
Burt's Law requires at group homes for the mentally disabled to report abuse to the county department of social services and the local district attorney within 24 hours, but also provides them with protection from job threats or harassment for making the report. Craig Jarvis cjarvis@newsobserver.com
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McCrory signs bill protecting disabled from abuse

May 26, 2015 2:53 PM

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