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Feds: Ohio must provide treatment to autistic kids

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CINCINNATI — The U.S. Department of Education is telling Ohio officials that an intensive treatment for autism must be made available to any child who is considered a good candidate. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that the letter comes amid a legal fight over whether federal law requires Ohio to provide the treatment, known as applied behavior analysis. A Clermont County couple filed a lawsuit...

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