By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News On March 19, 2004, Tennessee agreed to settle two lawsuits for services for mentally retarded citizens at a first-year cost projected at $18 million, which Governor Phil Bredesen has included in his fiscal year 2004 budget. The two lawsuits were filed four years ago alleging the state was not providing adequate help to the mentally retarded and their families in a timely manner as required by law. Instead, according to the suits brought by advocates, the state was . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News On March 19, 2004, Tennessee agreed to settle two lawsuits for services for mentally retarded citizens at a first-year cost projected at $18 million, which Governor Phil Bredesen has included in his fiscal year 2004 budget. The two lawsuits were filed four years ago alleging the state was not providing adequate help to the mentally retarded and their families in a timely manner as required by law. Instead, according to the suits brought by advocates, the state was . . .
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