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Business and education leaders in New York plan to undertake problem skills gaps causing unemployment and unfilled jobs, reports The Washington Post. 

Child Welfare 

GRAAB Coalition plans to conduct a drug survey on Cleveland teens, the Cleveland Daily Banner reports.

The Clarion Ledger reports a Mississippi representative wants a federal investigation into how the state’s department of human services is budgeting for child-care assistance for low-income, working families.

Juvenile Justice 

The Minnesota Court of Appeals is calling for a teen to be tried as an adult for allegedly committing several drive-by shootings that injured two people, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.