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California Rep. Karen Bass Joins Los Angeles Mayoral Race
Longtime child welfare champion, Democratic U.S. Rep. Karen Bass, launched her campaign for mayor of Los Angeles on Monday.
In New York, New Hope that Gov. Hochul’s Pledge to Support Families Will Extend to Child Welfare
Tests of New York Gov. Kathy Hochul's commitment will play out in the coming months, as she chooses whether to sign or veto critical child welfare legislation.
With Cuomo Resignation, Kathy Hochul Will Be New York’s First Woman Governor
Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul will soon take over as New York’s first female governor, following the Tuesday resignation of disgraced Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Cuomo Harassment Condemned by Head of New York’s State Agency for Children and Families
On Aug. 5, Commissioner Sheila Poole of the Office of Children and Family Services emailed her staff condemning Cuomo’s actions, but stopped short of calling for his resignation.
Biden Picks Florida Lawyer to Lead Youth Workforce and Employment Development
President Joe Biden has chosen a former harsh critic of Florida’s unemployment system to oversee the Labor Department's Employment and Training Administration.
Eric Adams Declared Winner of New York City’s Democratic Mayoral Primary
Eric Adams, the Brooklyn borough president and former police officer, was declared winner of the Democratic primary vote Tuesday night.
What Has New York City’s Likely Mayor-In-Waiting, Eric Adams, Said About Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice?
Eric Adams has a commanding early lead in this week’s Democratic primary vote counting for New York City mayor, making him the strong favorite to replace the outgoing mayor next year and head one of the nation’s largest child welfare and juvenile justice systems.