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By: Associated Press. Trending News. John Bel Edwards on Thursday ed into law a bill that will allow Louisiana families to install video monitoring systems in their loved ones' nursing home rooms, if certain conditions are met. Under the new law, nursing homes can't prohibit the cameras or retaliate against residents who want to install them.

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