Effort to remove “mental retardation” from official Wisconsin documents


In 2010, the U.S. government took the words “mental retardation” out of federal documents. That phrase still shows up in Wisconsin’s official lexicon. There’s an effort to replace it with the term “intellectual disability.” Shamane Mills reports.

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