Child abuse under oversight scrutiny

by Ruth Leubecker

With child endangerment numbers outpacing the national average, Maine is looking to improve its outcomes and the future of child welfare throughout the state.

“The Government Oversight Committee has never really let go of this since the Kennedy-Chick deaths, but now we have a renewed request,” said Rep. Genevieve McDonald (D-Stonington), House chair of the GOC. “We have no timeline at this point, and there will be another review.”

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