By Sean Higgins |
05/01/14 12:00 AM
Susie Watts spends most of her time taking care of her daughter, Libby, who has severe cerebral palsy. To lessen the financial burden, she accepts funding under the Illinois Home Services Program.
Until the union came calling, Pamela Harris was an Illinois homemaker devoted to caring for her developmentally disabled son, Josh.
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