Adults with developmental disabilities in New York state are suing the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) to expand certified independent residential living opportunities for all adults with developmental disabilities. The plaintiffs seek community-based housing and supportive services. The lawsuit, E.B., et al., v. Cuomo, et al., was filed in September 2016, on behalf of more than 2,000 people in Western New York and their families and caregivers. No hearing date has been set. The state’s response is due by December 8, 2016. Of the over 130,000 people with developmental disabilities who . . .