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Child Safety director says goal of reducing backlog “not attainable,” money “not well spent” (access required)

One year and $29 million later, Arizona’s child welfare agency is no closer to eliminating a sizeable backlog of stagnant child safety cases, a goal the agency’s director now says was unattainable.

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