During a Wednesday visit with her mother, Louise Lee, Janet Otto hugs her father, Winford Lee, who is a resident at the Roo-Lan Health Care Center  in Lacey. Nursing home operators concerned about government budget cuts support new fees on people who pay for care on their own.
During a Wednesday visit with her mother, Louise Lee, Janet Otto hugs her father, Winford Lee, who is a resident at the Roo-Lan Health Care Center in Lacey. Nursing home operators concerned about government budget cuts support new fees on people who pay for care on their own. The Olympian
During a Wednesday visit with her mother, Louise Lee, Janet Otto hugs her father, Winford Lee, who is a resident at the Roo-Lan Health Care Center in Lacey. Nursing home operators concerned about government budget cuts support new fees on people who pay for care on their own. The Olympian

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