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Maine Ballot Initiative for Elderly Home Care Flawed, Unconstitutional, Opponents Say

May 2, 2018 Media Mentions

Kathleen Healy's comments made at a news conference held at Maine's State House on Wednesday, May 2 and organized by opponents of Maine's proposed "Act to Establish Universal Home Care for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities," are noted in a Portland Press Herald article entitled, "Maine Ballot Initiative for Elderly Home Care Flawed, Unconstitutional, Opponents Say." The article specifically notes Kathleen's comments that the proposed Act would potentially violate HIPAA rules, and that she was "not aware of another state that has a similar law." Maine voters are set to vote on the issue in November 2018.

Read "Maine Ballot Initiative for Elderly Home Care Flawed, Unconstitutional, Opponents Say," on PressHerald.com.

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