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by FindLaw for Legal Professionals

As a participant in the Medicaid program, Texas must meet certain federal requirements, including that it have an Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment (EPSDT) program for children.

The petitioners, mothers of children eligible for EPSDT services in Texas, sought injunctive relief against state agencies and various state officials, claiming that the Texas program did not meet federal requirements.

caselaw.lp.findlaw.com

January 14, 2004

President Bush signed legislation Tuesday expanding government incentives that promote adoption.

Bush renewed the Adoption Promotion Act (Seach), a law passed in 1997 that sends $4,000 in federal money per child to state governments that exceed their placement performances from the previous year. His signature also provides new financial incentives for states to place children 9 and older with adoptive families.

Fox News

December 2, 2003

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Cross Road

December 1, 2003

by Robert D. McFadden

In Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., the nation's largest residential treatment center for troubled youths is struggling to cope with a case of sexual abuse in which a 14-year-old was sodomized with a broomstick, while being held down by a counselor..

Sometime between 9 and 10 p.m., the authorities said, the victim, a resident of Wolfe Cottage, one of 22 residences on campus, was chased and cornered in a shower room by 16-year-old Elliot Perryman, who sodomized him with a broomstick while Jason Brown, 29, an assistant cottage supervisor, held him down. It was unclear what prompted the attack, the police said.

The New York Times

November 25, 2003

by Ray Thomas

650 Florida foster children, including some that are not under the care of a pediatrician, have been given mind-altering drugs. Drugs that have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use with small children.

The state Department of Children & Families naturally disputes the validity of the research. They always do when they're "caught out." They quibble with the findings by saying that "too few children were included in the study's sample." Such studies commonly use small samples of a subject group and that is a recognized, accepted method. This group studied 1,180 foster children out of 15,000 in state care. <br><br>More than half -- 652 -- were on at least one drug. Seventeen of the 652 were preschoolers.

The Sierra Times

November 23, 2003

by Chad Halcom

Years before this week's raid and arrest warrant by California law enforcement, the name Michael Jackson has been tied to suspicion and speculation almost as much as success and fame.

Even in the public arena, officials say Jackson has given possible warning signs of a tendency to be sexual with children, including his statements in a recent documentary in which he admitted sharing his bed and sleeping with a child.

The Macomb Daily (MI)

November 22, 2003

by Norb Franz

A 50-year-old New Jersey man accused of engaging in sexual activity with an 11-year-old girl was arraigned Friday on sexual misconduct charges that could lead to a lifetime prison sentence.

Harlan is charged with four counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct - a charge that involves allegations of sexual penetration. He was freed after posting a $100,000 cash/surety bond set by 37th District Judge Dawnn Gruenburg.

The Macomb Daily (MI)

November 22, 2003

A social worker in the Shoals is accused of trying to buy painkillers with a forged prescription.

Narcotic agents say Scott tried to fill a prescription for Lorcet. Scott is a social worker at the Lauderdale County Department of Human Resources. Police say Scott admitted to calling in the prescription. She's free on a $3,500 bond.

WAFF TV (AL)

November 21, 2003

Since 1983, the North Carolina Guardian ad Litem (GAL) program has served the best interests of thousands of children.

In the past fiscal year, 3,610 trained volunteers served 15,234 children from a total of 8,418 families. These children were in court because a petition had been filed stating they were abused or neglected.

The North Carolina Court System

November 20, 2003

State of Florida - Fifth Judicial Circuit

Thousands of abused and neglected children become the subject of judicial proceedings each year in Florida. Their voices are often unheard, and best interests overlooked in the complicated and overburdened adversarial process. Guardians Ad Litem are citizens who volunteer to become part of a court program to represent the best interests of an assigned child.

Guardian Ad Litem.org

November 20, 2003

      

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