Group sues N.J. governor for failure to appoint people with disabilities

08/21/2008 | NJ.com (Hackensack, N.J.)

New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine has not appointed any people with disabilities to the state's Council on Developmental Disabilities, effectively robbing them of a voice in shaping policies that affect them, says disabilities-advocacy group Next Step in a new lawsuit. The council's executive director, Alison Lozano, who allegedly forced three people with disabilities off the council, is also targeted by the suit. Spokesmen for Corzine and Lozano declined comment.

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