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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Arthur Bishop
In a story March 8 about challenges at the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Arthur Bishop was the fourth chief to head the agency in less than a year's time. Current acting director Bobbie Gregg is the fourth director at the agency since November 2013.
An official in Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn's administration says a national search is underway to find the next head of the Department of Children and Family Services.
The chief of Illinois' child welfare agency resigned on Wednesday, less than two weeks after reports surfaced about his criminal history.
The new director of Illinois' child-welfare agency pleaded guilty to stealing money from clients of a Chicago social-service agency 20 years ago, according to a published report.
Gov. Pat Quinn has appointed a new Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice director.
A director of the Department of Juvenile Justice will be taking the helm of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.
He said he was stepping down to avoid being a distraction to Quinn's re-election campaign.
Bishop said he'd had a verbal disagreement with Chappell over policy and walked out of her office, then later learned she alleged he stole funds.