The State has never bothered to substantively challenge any of our claims. They have stonewalled and engaged in bad faith tactics. From our perspective, this is a really horrible government that could care less that it is oppressing the rights of thousands of vulnerable people with severe mental illness who find themselves in prisons, jails, nursing homes, mental institutes, and homeless. That is not to say that the Hickenlooper administration isn't willing to do good things -- just on its own terms -- not the dictates of the Olmstead decision and subsequent relevant and applicable provisions of US Department of Justice Findings Letters and Settlement Agreements and other relevant law. But that is a BIG PROBLEM, because Hickenlooper swore to uphold the law -- & he's NOT doing it & that is having disastrous consequences for people with severe mental illness in this state. Perhaps one of the most problematic oppressors, is the one who doesn't recognize he's oppressing thousands of people with mental illness in his own state. Gov. Hickenlooper, I mean you.