Protesters push to end shock therapy at Canton facility

Protesters are trying to end the use of painful electric shocks at a Canton school for people with disabilities after more than two years of inaction on the federal level. The protesters spent a recent afternoon outside the Judge Rotenberg Center, calling on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to act on its 2016 proposal to ban the electric shock devices used on students with disabilities. “Absolutely this is torture. The United Nations special rapporteur on torture has said it is

Source: Protesters push to end shock therapy at Canton facility

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