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    Since he was 3 years old, Maria Garaitonandia's son, Marco Tapie, hasn't gone more than a few days without a seizure. His rare form of epilepsy left him intellectually disabled, but when his mother asked the government for help caring for her son, she was denied. A recent court ruling said the government was wrong to deny her son care.

Since he was 3 years old, Maria Garaitonandia's son, Marco Tapie, hasn't gone more than a few days without a seizure. His rare form of epilepsy left him intellectually disabled, but when his mother asked the government for help caring for her son, she was denied. A recent court ruling said the government was wrong to deny her son care. C.M. Guerrero cmguerrero@elneuvoherald.com
Since he was 3 years old, Maria Garaitonandia's son, Marco Tapie, hasn't gone more than a few days without a seizure. His rare form of epilepsy left him intellectually disabled, but when his mother asked the government for help caring for her son, she was denied. A recent court ruling said the government was wrong to deny her son care. C.M. Guerrero cmguerrero@elneuvoherald.com

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