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Thursday, April 21, 2016

State's 'broken' foster care system running into funding woes, lawmakers told

An increase in the number of Texas kids with mental illnesses needing Child Protective Services has fueled an unexpected budget shortfall that soon could reach $40 million, adding to the state's problems in fixing a foster care system a federal judge deemed "broken."

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  1. Anonymous1:37 PM

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  2. Anonymous1:40 PM

    Thank you for all u do to help the public be. Aware of. Real life


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