No easy answers in N.J. debate over funding for disability services

11/28/2011 | San Antonio Express-News

Budget constraints have forced New Jersey officials to make difficult decisions about how to manage facilities for people with developmental disabilities. Many have opposed the option of closing one of the state's seven developmental centers because they don't want to see their family members uprooted to a new facility. However, others argue that the changes need to be made to free up money to provide more services for people with disabilities.

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