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The paper is based on a study of the law-making process of personal assistance in Norway. It discusses some tensions between the state and the municipalities concerning the type and quantity of services with regard to personal assistance. Does introduction of personal assistance imply an extended quantity of services or is it just another way of organising existing services? The signals from the state authorities are ambiguous, and when implementing the reform the municipalities are left todoi:10.1080/15017410309512619 fatcat:5mnuzvuwcrcy3agfspnrv43iry