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Giving voice to slain social worker

In the year since, family asks change in group homes

By Milton J. Valencia
Globe Staff / February 8, 2012
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Justice, the parents of Stephanie Moulton have realized in the year since a mental health patient killed her at the group home where she worked, has moved far slower than they would have liked, ensnared in a matrix of criminal justice procedure and government bureaucracy. In the last year, the family has proposed a law - Stephanie’s Law - that would allow social workers to carry panic alarms. That legislation lingers in a committee.

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