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Attorney General’s Office questions openness of new child safety agency (access required)

The leader of the state’s new child-welfare agency proclaimed that a new era of openness and accountability has arrived. But the Attorney General’s Office contends a provision preventing it from giving legal advice could only spur more secrecy.

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