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Published on Apr 11, 2013
Mothers of developmentally disabled adults have confronted Governor Pat Quinn over his efforts to move more such individuals into small community-based settings.
The women approached Quinn after his appearance at a State Capitol rally on gun control. They say their children could be harmed by Quinn's emphasis on community-based care. The women told Quinn that the structure of the institutional setting is better for many profoundly-disabled individuals.