Disability Rights Rhode Island is part of the national network of Protection and Advocacy (P&A) agencies created by Congress, existing in every state and territory, to help secure and advance the rights of people with disabilities. There are a total of 57 P&As in each of the United States, U.S. territories, and District of Columbia.
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Community Forum TV Show, RI Developmental Disabilities Council Executive Director Kevin Nerney interviews DRRI Senior Attorney Kate Bowden and RI General Assembly Representative Katherine Kazarian on voting in Rhode Island, particularly voting rights and access for people with disabilities and the recently passed “Let RI Vote Act.”
Voting for Nursing Home Residents
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