The Michigan AG is trying to stop the abuse and neglect of nursing home residents.  A Metron’s Greenville Nursing Home is facing a $100,00 fine for what the Michigan Attorney General calls "quality of care deficiencies."

The penalty was imposed against Metron for bed rail issues involving several residents earlier this year. This incident follows criminal charges the Attorney General brought in February 2006 against eight employees of the Metron facility in Big Rapids. The charges stemmed from the death of Sarah Comer in January 2005.

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