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Recently, Clay M. Greene, a
78-year-old gay man from Sebastopol, CA., filed a lawsuit against Sonoma County,
accusing the County of, among other claims, elder abuse, elder financial abuse,
and violation of the Patient's Bill of Rights. Mr. Greene filed the lawsuit
after the County allegedly isolated him from his partner (placing the men in
separate nursing homes) and selling off their belongings under a
Others discussing this hot topic
National Center for Lesbian Rights
The Huffington Post
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Kim Dayton's Elder Law Prof Blog
the complaint in Greene v. County of Sonoma et al