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Fired child welfare workers lose bid to get back jobs

Five child welfare workers fired in the wake of a scandal about uninvestigated abuse complaints will not be getting their jobs back.

The case has its roots in the finding in late 2013 that almost one of every 12 child-abuse complaints reported to Child Protective Services that year was not investigated.

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