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(Olympia, WA)  --  The Washington State Senate is considering a bill that's intended to better protect adults with disabilities such as cerebral palsy and autism.  Under the measure, the Department of Social & Health Services would be required to have case workers make in-person visits to clients each year, and sometimes show up for the check-ins unannounced.  The visits would include a check of the client's living quarters.  The bill is being considered by the Senate Committee on Human Services and Mental Health.

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