Unlocked Doors Become Civil Rights Issue In Wisconsin

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http://www.jsonline.com/news/state/feb04/211367.asp Federal authorities are requiring facilities in Wisconsin where people with mental disabilites live to keep their doors unlocked. Relatives of some residents fear that will increase the risk that someone will wander out of the facility and into harm’s way, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports. Federal officials insist that locked-door policies violate residents’ civil rights
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