Seven months after a brain-injured resident disappeared from a Falmouth personal care home and died, a bill aimed at preventing similar deaths moved closer to becoming law Tuesday. The House Health and Welfare Committee made one change to Senate Bill 115 before unanimously approving it and sending it to the full House for consideration in the final days of this year's legislative session. The sponsor of the bill, Republican Sen. Jimmy Higdon of Lebanon, said Larry Lee never should have been placed in the personal care home.
Panel Advances Personal Care Home Proposal
By Jack Brammer, Lexington Herald-Leader • Mar 28, 2012