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Juvenile Justice

 Massachusetts House Minority Whip Bradford R. Hill, R-Ipswich, will testify before the Joint Committee on Judiciary on behalf of legislation he recently proposed, An Act to Raise the Upper Limit of Juvenile Court Jurisdiction from 17 Years Old to 18 Years of Age.

Child Welfare

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

Job Training

Department of Labor announced  that it is granting $26 million to assist youth involved with the juvenile justice system. Juveniles will have access to support services, training, and skills development. 




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