Do states do enough to protect vulnerable adults?

11/11/2008 | SeattlePI.com

A woman with profound disabilities who was raped and impregnated has provoked troubling questions about the oversight Washington state exercises over the agencies in charge of home care for vulnerable adults. "I feel so betrayed," said the mother of the woman -- who cannot see or speak and has the mental capacity of an infant. "I trusted them with my daughter. They made me guilty, too, because I could not protect her."

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