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New York asks curb to shocks at school

Canton methods are under scrutiny

By Scott Allen
Globe Staff / June 20, 2006

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ALBANY, N.Y. -- New York regulators recommended severe limits yesterday on the use of electric shock and other painful punishments at a Massachusetts school for students with mental retardation, autism, and emotional problems. (Full article: 627 words)

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