Rhode Island likely to cut deeply into disability services

Hours of testimony by parents likely will fail to prevent more than $36 million of cuts in services for those with disabilities as Rhode Island legislators seek to balance a $384 million budget shortfall. The cuts likely will involve shifting many adults with developmental disabilities out of group homes and into private families that essentially will act as foster parents.

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