The owners of Social Vocational Services, a California-funded nonprofit that provides services to people with developmental disabilities, are under fire in this report by the Los Angeles Times for enriching themselves with six-figure salaries as well as millions of dollars in other compensation. Against a backdrop of widespread state cuts in services for people with disabilities, a lawyer for the owners of SVS contends that they deserve to be compensated as if they were working in the private sector.

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