Questions Arise Over Legality Of Mandatory Ebola Quarantines

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Questions Arise Over Legality Of Mandatory Ebola Quarantines

Even though there may only be one person with a confirmed case of Ebola currently left in the U.S., many other people are under close watch because of quarantine laws put in place by some states. Is it legal to keep people isolated even with the intent of keeping others out of danger? The answer is a little more complicated than some might hope.

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