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Coronavirus in Texas

Texans with developmental disabilities in state homes still don’t have visitors. Their parents worry they don’t know why.

Across Texas, families with loved ones in state supported living centers are desperate for in-person visits after months have ticked by with coronavirus restrictions in place.

Stephanie Kirby holds a photo of her son, Petre Kirby, outside of the Denton State Supported Living Center, where her son is…
Stephanie Kirby holds over a hundred letters she wrote to Gov. Greg Abbott, asking to receive help to see her son who is cur…
The Denton State Supported Living Center.
Mary Nichols, founder of Texas Caregivers for Compromise and organizer for the event, reads names of people who have lost th…
Angela Biggs speaks at a Texas Caregivers for Compromise rally in Austin on Aug. 8, 2020. Biggs' daughter, Amber Reynolds, 2…

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