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 Post subject: Two senators in Pennsylvania want CPS reform to stop abuse
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Two senators in Pennsylvania want CPS reform to stop abuse

Brian Sheehan:
Senators want to see Children and Youth Services reform
FOX 56, 27 March 2018

"HARRISBURG (WOLF-TV) — Two state senators want to see major change within Children and Youth Services.
    They're concerned with the number of children who died or were abused while in the system.
    Senators Lisa Baker and Judy Schwank of Berks County want to see major reform when it comes to Children and Youth Services."

"The senators plan to create a panel that's modeled after the commission that investigated the “Kids for Cash” scandal in Luzerne County.
    Judy Lorah Fisher knows Kids for Cash all too well.
    Her niece Amanda was wrongly imprisoned for several years.
    Fisher is now a community activist who says she's heard from thousands of families in our area who allege their children were improperly taken from them.
    "It is the answer that we've been looking for; is that somebody comes and investigates and sees what we've been talking about all along,” Fisher said."


Ron Shegda:
PA Senators Look to End Government Abuse of Families by Human Service Departments
Child Protective Services, on facebook, 11 April 2018

"PA Auditor General DePasquale: Your excellent Report, State of the Child, reveals 46 dead children and 79 near-dead in 2016 at the hands of the Children & Youth System, yet your conclusion is wrong-headed. The problem is not a a lack of money pumped into this diabolical system. The problem is the system itself: wrongly breaking up families for the sake of federal funding."

"There are so many of us in Pennsylvania, nationwide, and in Western nations who know so much. Yet so few care to listen and act."



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