Monthly Archives: August 2013

How We Can Better Protect Children from Abuse and Neglect

Marcia Robinson Lowry When Marisol was three and one-half years old, she was discharged from foster care and sent to live with her mother, who had placed the child in foster care at birth. Her mother had a history of … Continue reading

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Georgia Law Concealing Child-Deaths Info Questioned

By Alan Judd Georgia lawmakers said they were shining more light on the state’s care of abused and neglected children. What they really did was just the opposite. With near-unanimous votes, lawmakers in 2009 restored a cloak of secrecy that … Continue reading

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Georgia Law Concealing Child-Deaths Info Questioned (2013)

By Alan Judd

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