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Services for the deaf still safe, state says

Advocates call Department of Human Services program cuts "irresponsible"

By Mary Vorsino

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 21, 2013

~~<p>Deaf people and advocates are fighting to preserve state-funded interpreter referral and independent living services, saying they are vital to helping members of the deaf community operate in the hearing world.</p>
<p>But the Department of Human Services says it's too early to worry.</p>
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Deaf people and advocates are fighting to preserve state-funded interpreter referral and independent living services, saying they are vital to helping members of the deaf community operate in the hearing world.

But the Department of Human Services says it's too early to worry. Login for more...



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