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Rehab Home Can Stay Open During Lawsuit

An Orange County judge rules Newport Beach's Morningside Recovery can operate during a legal battle with the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs.

Rehab Home Can Stay Open During Lawsuit

A rehab facility with homes in Newport Beach and Costa Mesa can continue to treat alcoholics and drug addicts while a lawsuit is underway, according to the Daily Pilot.

Orange County Superior Court Judge William Monroe denied a request Thursday from the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs to close the doors of Newport-Beach based Morningside Recovery.

"Morningside has a victory, and we get exonerated, in a sense," Morningside Chief Executive Mary Helen Beatificato told the newspaper.

ADP, the state agency that regulates rehabilitation facilities, says they will continue to explore its options.

Read the full story on the Daily Pilot.

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