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Top Headlines 7/31


New York governor, Andrew Cuomo, has said he will veto a special-ed voucher system bill, reports The Wall Street Journal.

NPR sat down with Senator Tom Harkin (D – Iowa) about the for-profit college report.

Child Welfare

Foster care numbers have dropped for the 6th straight year, according to The Christian Science Monitor.

The Georgia child welfare agency is revamping procedures after the death of a 43 pound teen girl, The Associated Press reports.

Juvenile Justice

Michigan counties are considering adding juvenile mental health courts, according to Cheboygan News.

Two girls, aged 12 and 13, face felony charges for fake Facebook account, NBC News reports.


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