Judge says parents of kids with neurological injuries ill treated

Sep 10, 2008 Full story: St. Petersburg Times

Since 1989, children who sustain severe brain or spinal cord injuries during birth in Florida have been eligible for lifetime benefits aimed to ease the burdensome cost of their care.

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brainandspinalco rd

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Sep 12, 2008
The financial, emotional and physical strains are huge on these parents. They need all the help they can get.
H Akston

Tampa, FL

#2 Sep 12, 2008
Though it is very sad to hear about the misfortune, I do not want to be forced to pay my hard earned money for taxes to cover for this kind of program. The expense involved is enormous and is not my responsibility.
This is the same liberal hogwash we get all the time from Dems, liberal judges and whining lawyers who make up laws as reasons to tax us more and more. I am disguisted with this kind of news. This is not the responsibility of government.

Parents need to take personal responsibility for their own lives and not switch responsiblities to others who are not to blame for their misfortune.

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