Court Upholds Kendra’s Law On Mental Medication

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New York State’s highest court has upheld a law that gives judges authority to force mentally ill people to comply with treatment, reports the New York Times. The statute is known as Kendra’s Law. It was enacted in 1999 after Kendra Webdale, 32, was killed when she was thrown in front of a subway train.
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