Some disability advocates want federal ban on restraint

07/5/2009 | Wall Street Journal, The

Some groups are pressing for a federal ban on the restraint of students. Restraint methods are most often used to calm students who are disabled, according to government statistics. The use of restraint at hospitals and other facilities is regulated, but some say outlawing the practice could prevent the necessary use of restraint in emergency situations.

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