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Without CPS, some kids wouldn’t stand a chance (access required)

For the past several weeks, Child Protective Services has been getting a lot of attention in the newspapers and on the 6 p.m. news. I’m glad more Arizonans are now worried about how we are protecting children from abuse and neglect. Abused and neglected children are frequently in my thoughts, my worries, and my heart ...

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