'Immediate Jeopardy' 

Horror stories and deep legal troubles at Humboldt County's for-profit nursing homes

[slideshow-1] In the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, skilled nursing facilities -- those quasi-medical institutions for old or severely disabled folks more commonly called "nursing homes" -- are one of the few booming businesses going. On any given day, 1.5…

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