Saturday, July 5, 2014

Services for deaf under fire in New York

Members of the Deaf community in New York State, including the Empire State Association of the Deaf, want state lawmakers to pass a measure that would "require sign language interpreters to be licensed by the state and also would create a statewide commission to oversee their activities," reports the Times Union. Republican Joseph Robach introduced the bill, but it has stalled in the state senate. Read more in the Times Union here.

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