A federal investigation of a Texas state school for people with developmental disabilities has renewed some advocates' calls for all 13 of the institutions in the state to be closed. "For the Department of Justice to now take on another state school tells me they recognize the problem the advocacy community has been talking about for years," said Richard Garnett, executive director of Arc of Greater Tarrant County. "They could probably go into any state school in Texas and find the same kind of issues."

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