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HARTFORD -- Tom Fiorentino and his wife, Shelagh McClure react to the Malloy Administration plan to privatize state-run group homes and services for the developmentally disabled.

Tom, who's a board member at ARC , and Shelagh, who chairs the Developmental Disability Council, are the parents of an adult son with intellectual disabilities.

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