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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Illinois Department Of Children And Family Services
Two Democratic lawmakers involved in overseeing the troubled Illinois Department of Children and Family Services say the agency faces "horrendous" challenges in the year ahead as officials deal with yet another search for a new child-welfare chief, anticipated budget cuts and election year politics.
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.
For decades, the Archdiocese of Chicago struggled to prevent a sexual abuse scandal from going public. It tried to monitor and manage priests accused of abusing children, forced them to get psychological counseling and moved them from parish to parish.