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CA: "Cut democracy, save cash." CPS Calif. headline trumpets



 
 
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Old September 3rd 04, 10:55 PM
Carlson LaVonne
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Guess you now approve of government involvement in the care and welfare
of children. What a convoluted history you have.

LaVonne

Fern5827 wrote:
Subject: "Cut democracy, save money" sez Calif. headline
From: (Fern5827)
Date: 8/26/2004 3:03 PM Eastern Daylight Time
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Cut democracy, save money
San Jose Mercury News (subscription), CA - Aug 25, 2004
... Taking child care from county agencies and handing it to private entities
could decrease accountability in our battered child-welfare system. ...

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FAMILY LAW, CPS, CHILD PROTECTIVE, FOSTER CARE, DSS, CPS, DCFS, DHR, DHS








 




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