Regulating Rights for the Intellectual & Developmentally Disabled – Stanford Legal on Sirius XM

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About 6.5 million people in the U.S. have an intellectual or developmental disability that affects their day-to-day functioning. While there are laws and policies designed to help them access the same core rights and protections that other individuals enjoy, there are still big gaps in important services. How is the law developing in this critical and often-overlooked area? Stanford Law Professor Alison Morantz, co-founder of the newly-launched Stanford Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Law and Policy Project, and Peter Vogel, JD ’19, who worked with Morantz on newly-published research, discuss their findings and more in a live taping of the Stanford Legal podcast. For more Stanford Radio and past episodes, visit: https://stanford.io/2SqmNob

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