Just learned today that the Florida Supreme Court decided against Dufour, a case that has been commented on a number of times here at the ICDP blog. The ghost of the Cherry Court is unfortunately alive and well. The only encouraging aspect of the case was a dissent by one justice, who seemed to "get it" regarding the nature of adaptive behavior limitations in the context of strengths.
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