Advocates urge Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick at rally not to cut services for mentally ill people
About 300 supporters of mentally ill people, including advocates from Western Massachusetts, rallied on Beacon Hill Wednesday, saying they are terrified of possible cuts in state-financed services.
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#1 Nov 14, 2009
What is the reasoning behind cutting services to those in need and using tax payer money(millions) to fund a walkover bridge in Foxboro for those attending Football games?
The priorities of this administration are so warped as to be downright frightening and so out of touch with reality.
Speak up citizens, let Deval Parick know this is just not acceptable.
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