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Proposal adds to list of who must report elder abuse cases

March 8, 2013

Bankers and pharmacists would be required to report suspected elder abuse and the definition of abuse would be expanded under a bill being considered in Ohio....

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Mar-08-13 6:19 AM

There shouldn't have to be a proposal like this. As in child abuse, elder abuse should be the responsibility of everyone.

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Mar-08-13 7:02 AM

More government involvement (mandates) NEVER a good thing. As Ms. Perine stated, there are already guidelines in place in the banking industry. They're there in Elder Abuse laws as well. Disappointed in Mr. Thompson.

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Mar-08-13 7:55 AM

I need to add animal abuse to my comments.

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Mar-08-13 10:02 AM

Elder abuse in Washington County is higher than most people realize or want to believe.

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Mar-08-13 12:23 PM

I don't think we need another law for this.

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Mar-08-13 5:52 PM

Andy comes across as a liberal do-gooder in this one

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Mar-09-13 9:27 AM

I don't know much about Adult Protective Services in this county? Where do you report the abuse? What services do they provide? What are their current caseloads like? And, how much do we pay for the service?

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