“I think it’s very concerning that operators like Skyline and Mr. Schwartz are allowed to take over dozens or more facilities at a time,” Murray told The Philadelphia Inquirer, adding that Schwartz has a track record, evident in lawsuits over unpaid bills, of lacking the financial wherewithal to successfully operate a facility. "It's the residents who get hurt."

Murray filed extensive right-to-know requests from the Pennsylvania Department of Health to try to determine if officials adequately evaluated Schwartz and Skyline to make sure they could provide quality care in the homes. Read more about the results of his efforts in The Philadelphia Inquirer article