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Oakdale settlement spotlights communication gap between cops, deaf

| Posted on May 19, 2016

A recent settlement of a discrimination complaint against local police highlights communication issues with the hearing-impared. Read more from MPR News... ...continue reading

Improving Court Access For Somalis

| Posted on November 07, 2013

ST. CLOUD – Justice system officials, lawyers, and judges gathered at the Whitney Senior Center this morning to discuss improving access to the courts for Somalis. Click to read more. ...continue reading

Settlement reached in St. Paul case, police to add interpreter for deaf

Legal Aid News | Posted on May 09, 2013

"A deaf man who accused St. Paul police officers of beating him because he requested that an officer communicate with him in writing is scheduled to settle a federal lawsuit..."

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Restraint and Seclusion in Minnesota Schools

Legal Aid News | Posted on April 11, 2013

There is increased scrutiny of the use of restraint and seclusion in our nation’s public schools. National and local media outlets have reported children being injured or even killed as a ...continue reading

2011 Mental Health Day on the Hill

Legal Aid News | Posted on February 05, 2013

PCA SERVICES ARE CRITICAL SUPPORTS! Children and adults with mental illnesses have been able to use Personal Care Assistant (PCA) services as part of a plan of care to help them function in their ...continue reading

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