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by Kate McGee

When Austin resident Katy Ludlow was pregnant, she remembers how concerned many parents were about vaccinating their children. Actor Jenny McCarthy was speaking openly about her belief that her son's autism was linked to vaccinations and Ludlow grew worri

Eight years later, Ludlow says she's firmly pro-vaccination and has fully vaccinated her daughter, who is now eight. But Ludlow says the debate over vaccinations continues among parents on play dates, where she witnessed a near-fight between two moms with differing opinions on vaccines, and social media platforms like Facebook.

kut.org

August 15, 2016

by Gary Barnes

Hundreds of students who were unable to show proof of immunizations were sent home from school. A spokesperson for the Folsom-Cordova School District said that at least 145 students were sent away.

Elk Grove school district listed their number of students sent home for failing to show vaccination papers at 133. As of July 1, parents can no longer use personal or religious belief exemptions to opt their kids out of vaccinations. The spokesperson for Folsom-Cordova told krem.com, "We're working under a different game plan now," Thigpen said.

truthkings.com

August 15, 2016

by Benjamin Wermund

Child Protective Services is looking for the parents of a 2-year-old boy found wandering alone in Stafford Sunday morning.

The toddler was found walking on the U.S. 59 feeder road near Gringo's Mexican Kitchen around 8:30 a.m. Sunday.

chron.com

August 7, 2016

Idaho foster care parents are urging lawmakers to reform the current state system, saying that foster care bureaucracy has caused unnecessary heartache and frustration.

The Lewiston Tribune reported that the Idaho Legislature's foster care study committee met for the first time on Friday. The panel will meet over the summer and provide recommendations for consideration during the 2017 legislative session. Parents who testified Friday argued that the state needs better implementation guidelines and should avoid arbitrarily moving children, which can cause emotional harm.

spokesman.com

August 7, 2016

by Lana Shadwick

Two Texas House hearings have been held to address nightmares with the Texas Child Protective Services agency. During one of those hearings, a state representative who was chairman of the committee, angrily shut-out a discussion.

Members of the Texas House of Representatives Committee on Humans Services held hearings in Austin on Tuesday. Last Thursday, the Texas House Committee on County Affairs held one of their regional hearings in Houston. The hearings are being held to address challenges and make reforms at the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (TDFPS). TDFPS has come under fire from the judiciary and the public.

breitbart.com

August 7, 2016

by Melody Gutierrez

California would no longer prosecute minors for prostitution under a bill in the state Legislature, a move law enforcement agencies say would make it more difficult to prosecute pimps.

Supporters of SB1322 say many children caught selling sex are the victims of human traffickers and that prosecuting them for prostitution is not the appropriate or ethical response. The bill could come up for a vote this week in the Assembly after having already passed the state Senate.

sfgate.com

August 7, 2016

The Arizona Department of Economic Security says it has good news for many low-income families looking to receive child care for their children. The DES Child Care Administration has released nearly 4,400 children.

Child care assistance is now available to an additional 4,385 that were the highest priority on the wait list. All 2,298 released families will receive a notice in the mail informing them of this change in status.

ktar.com

August 7, 2016

MOUNT VERNON - The mother of a toddler found dead in Mount Vernon was arrested Saturday in connection to the child's death.

Officials say 26-year-old Dasia Bartee is expected to be charged with first-degree manslaughter in connection to the death of 15-month-old Samia Yusef.

westchester.news12.com

August 6, 2016

by Lauren King

Yolo County's Child Welfare Services system may go through substantial changes in the coming months as county supervisors take a deeper look at its operations.

The agency, which falls under Yolo County's Health and Human Services Department, came under fire earlier this year after Supervisor Matt Rexroad made an impassioned speech pointing out the agency's defects.

dailydemocrat.com

August 6, 2016

by Gail Schontzler

On the May morning when two state social workers came to take their foster child away, Luis and Joseph Serrano stood and cried.

The gay Bozeman couple, married since 2014, became foster care parents in hopes of adopting a neglected or abandoned child and starting a family. "We want to have children for the same reason anyone wants to have children," Joseph said. "To see them grow up, get married, have children of their own. It's part of the human condition.

bozemandailychronicle.com

August 4, 2016

      

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