Md.’s plans to end out-of-state youth placements hit a snag

ANNAPOLIS — A effort to bring back some of the more than three-dozen severely developmentally disabled Maryland youths sent to out-of-state group homes by next month will now take longer than initially promised. Gregory S. James, deputy secretary of operations for the Department of Human Resources, told the Board of Public Works Wednesday that he does not …


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