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Shifting more social services, currently provided by state agencies, to non-profits, as a way for the state to save money.  An idea whose time has come?  Barry Simon, President and CEO of Oak Hill, the largest such non-profit in the state (providing care for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities) says "Yes!", and explains how it would work.

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