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Attention turns back to child welfare reforms (access required)

  The Capitol community’s attention is turning to the work of a small group of lawmakers and Capitol staffers drafting legislation to create a new child safety and welfare agency, an effort that will require a special legislative session in the coming months. Members of the work group preparing the bill are reluctant to put a timetable ...

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