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Six New Laws Add to Georgia’s Efforts to Boost Adoption
Unanimous Oregon House Backs Customary Tribal Adoption
Washington State Child Welfare Chief Endorses Reform Bill on Governor’s Desk
Study: Most Unexpected Infant Suffocation Deaths Occur in Unsafe Sleep Conditions
The great majority of infants who unexpectedly suffocated and died in their sleep in recent years were bedded in unsafe sleeping conditions, according to a new study by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that underscores decades-old public health guidelines.
Former Foster Youth’s Bill Signed: At Every Washington State School, a Foster Care Coordinator
Missouri Governor Signs Foster Care and Adoption Tax Breaks
West Virginia Foster Care Ombudsman Reports Rampant Fear of Retaliation
L.A. Mayor Seeks $24 Million to Help City’s Poorest Households With Guaranteed Income
The mayor of Los Angeles wants to give the 2,000 poorest households in his city $1,000 a month in income for a full year, no strings attached, just to see how the money affects their lives.