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Overmedicated: How the US Foster Care System Is Failing Our Children
On Jan. 17, a federal class action lawsuit was filed against the state of Maryland Department of Human Services (DHS) over inadequate prescription oversight in the foster care system of psychotropic drugs for children, ...
March 10, 2023
Childcare Key to Fewer Kids in Protection
Fewer Aboriginal children would end up in the child protection system if early childhood services were better funded ...
December 9, 2022
San Diego County Partnership Changing Foster Youth Lives
Commentary Children in the foster system are at a stark disadvantage when it comes to remote learning. The ...
January 31, 2022
Innovative Foster-Care High School Saved by California Judge’s Order
A California Superior Court judge has rescued an innovative residential high school for foster children from state-ordered closure, ...
December 21, 2021
Joseph M. Hanneman
Foster Care Agency Wins First Supreme Court Case Ruling on Same-Sex Couples
“This is the first case in which a foster care agency has won at the Supreme Court, and ...
June 21, 2021
Proposed Agreement Reached in Lawsuit Alleging Money Stolen From Foster Kids
VANCOUVER—A proposed settlement agreement has been reached in the case of a British Columbia government guardian, who is ...
July 15, 2020
The Canadian Press
Supreme Court Agrees to Review Faith-Based Foster Care Agency’s Fight Against Philadelphia
The Supreme Court has agreed to take up a case to review whether the City of Philadelphia can exclude ...
February 24, 2020
Fighting Homelessness: New HUD Program Helps Foster Youth With Housing Like Family Would
Just what is it like to suddenly have no place to live when you turn 21? Every year, ...
February 11, 2020
California Family Council Member Says New Law Endangers Foster Children
Director of Capitol Engagement at California Family Council (CFC) Greg Burt expressed concern about the safety of a ...
November 7, 2019
Unrealistic Expectations Push Child Welfare to Break Up Families, Expert Says
More than 1,500 children die in the United States every year because of abuse or neglect. In many ...
June 12, 2019
Parents’ Nightmare: Social Worker’s ‘Feelings’ Contribute to Child Abuse Allegations
It’s one of the last things a parent wants to encounter—a social worker at the door with allegations ...
June 5, 2019
Children in Social Services System Most at Risk of Being Sex Trafficked
Among children reported as likely victims of child sex trafficking upon running away from home, most have one ...
May 22, 2019
Homeschooling Parents’ Children Taken by Government, Citing ‘Educational Neglect’
Hemerd King hasn’t seen his five children for two years. The New York City government broke up his ...
April 21, 2019
Opioid Epidemic Highlights Twisted Machinery of Foster Care System
Millions of Americans recovering from drug addiction amid the opioid crisis face a looming danger of losing their ...
February 24, 2019
GOP Panel Chair Demands Action to Fix ‘Dire’ Border Situation
Senate Votes to Begin Debate on Bill Repealing Iraq War Authorizations
Texas Judge Grants Injunction Against Biden’s ‘Waters of the United States’ Rule in Texas, Idaho
Jana J. Pruet
McCarthy Urges Senate to Form China Committee
DOJ Asks SCOTUS to Quickly Restore Ban on Guns in Domestic Violence Cases
Bipartisan Group Renews Push to Ban Lawmakers From Owning and Trading Stocks
Southern California Hit by More Rainfall Amid Growing Damages From Flooding
Los Angeles Public Schools Closed as Unions Launch 3-Day Strike
Biden Signs Bill to Declassify Virus Origin
Capitol Report: Biden Approves Releasing COVID Intel, Blocks DC Crime Reform