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The federal court in Nevada has approved a $2.075 million settlement for seven former foster children who claimed they were injured while in Clark County’s child welfare system, the National Center for Youth Law announced.  “The track record for the county is not good,” said Bill Grimm, a senior attorney at the Oakland, Calif.,-based National Center for Youth Law, which filed the lawsuit and lobbies for the protection and care of foster children.  The suit cited concerns with numerous…

The federal court in Nevada has approved a $2.075 million settlement for seven former foster children who claimed they were injured while in Clark County’s child welfare system, the National Center for Youth Law announced. “The track record for the county is not good,” said Bill Grimm, a senior attorney at the Oakland, Calif.,-based National Center for Youth Law, which filed the lawsuit and lobbies for the protection and care of foster children. The suit cited concerns with numerous…

On January 3, 2013 (1/3/13!) I really want someone to surprise me by doing this to my car.  I'll forget by then, I promise!

On January 3, 2013 (1/3/13!) I really want someone to surprise me by doing this to my car. I'll forget by then, I promise!

Drinking and exercise? Give in to beer pressure http://n.kchoptalk.com/1TcmvyX

Drinking and exercise? Give in to beer pressure http://n.kchoptalk.com/1TcmvyX

The League of United Latin American Citizens filed a federal lawsuit on Feb. 6 against Child Protective Services, alleging the department abused its power.  LULAC said that CPS took a 10-day-old baby away from its mother because of alleged drug use. The woman and baby did not test positive for drugs, but CPS still took the baby away.   Julie Marquez, with the LULAC Council in Seguin, said the case is nothing out of the ordinary for CPS.   “We have several cases ... We have more than 10 ...

The League of United Latin American Citizens filed a federal lawsuit on Feb. 6 against Child Protective Services, alleging the department abused its power. LULAC said that CPS took a 10-day-old baby away from its mother because of alleged drug use. The woman and baby did not test positive for drugs, but CPS still took the baby away. Julie Marquez, with the LULAC Council in Seguin, said the case is nothing out of the ordinary for CPS. “We have several cases ... We have more than 10 ...

"VAWA’s proposed new definition of sexual assault shifts the burden of proof to the defendant: “The term ‘sexual assault’ means any nonconsensual sexual act proscribed by Federal, tribal, or State law, including when the victim lacks capacity to consent.”"

"VAWA’s proposed new definition of sexual assault shifts the burden of proof to the defendant: “The term ‘sexual assault’ means any nonconsensual sexual act proscribed by Federal, tribal, or State law, including when the victim lacks capacity to consent.”"

A random ball pit is set up in the middle of a city and this is what happens as people approach it.  You have to go watch the video. It’s the happiest thing ever. Makes you realize everyone you pass on the street, whether you meet them or not, has a story! Incredible!

A random ball pit is set up in the middle of a city and this is what happens as people approach it. You have to go watch the video. It’s the happiest thing ever. Makes you realize everyone you pass on the street, whether you meet them or not, has a story! Incredible!

Child Protective Services Hopes Caseworker Ready For A Doozy

Child Protective Services Hopes Caseworker Ready For A Doozy

CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES  AND THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM “Know your rights before you talk to anyone from CPS, they won’t tell you your rights.  CPS can’t do anything without your consent”

CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES AND THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM “Know your rights before you talk to anyone from CPS, they won’t tell you your rights. CPS can’t do anything without your consent”

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