Plan Is Offered To Solve Medical Custody Dispute Involving Connecticut Teen

The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Massachusetts officials announced a plan Monday to return a teenager in a custody dispute involving different diagnoses by two hospitals to her home state of Connecticut to be closer to her family, but her family objected to it, calling it a "slap in the face."

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  • Jan van Eck

    I shake my head in disbelief at this case. This child is a Connecticut resident and citizen, and is a mere visitor to Massachusetts. She is taken there as a visitor for medical observation and treatment, at Hospital

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