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Juvenile Justice

  • Presiding judge in West Virginia lawsuit says it has improved juvenile justice system.

  • Florida Senate panel to consider greater oversight of privatized youth prisons.

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Child Welfare

  • Deval Patrick boosts child protection funding in proposed Massachusetts budget.

  • Feds demand return of $22 million for Nebraska’s failed privatization of child welfare.

  • Child removed from Idaho home, along with more than 140 dogs, cats, goats, rabbits, guinea pigs, ducks, chickens and horses.







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