Troubled Group Homes Go Unregulated in Florida
Hundreds of congregate living facilities across Florida escape any state scrutiny because no agency regulates them.
When state licensing inspectors visited a Homestead-area boarding house last year, they found signs of rats, an unsafe water source and ill-maintained electrical wiring and fire safety equipment.
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