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    Thread: Loughner’s forcible medication resumes

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      Loughner’s forcible medication resumes

      PHOENIX - Lawyers for the suspect in the Tucson shooting rampage say prison officials have resumed forcibly medicating their client with a psychotropic drug.

      http://www.boston.com/news/nation/ar...n_of_loughner/
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      In California they administer involuntary psychotropic medication under Keyhea. I imagine many are watching this case as a Federal ruling here could effect how involuntary medication is handled at the state level.

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