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Raising standard of proof for CPS will protect children (access required)

Three years ago, the governor and allies like Rep. Pete Hershberger, R-26, said they knew why so many children were dying even when their plight was well known to Child Protective Services. CPS workers, they claimed, were fanatically bent on preserving families at the expense of child safety. Change the law to clarify the agency’s ...

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