TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) Child welfare advocates in Kansas who spent more than a year examining the states troubled foster care system are frustrated with what they see as the Legislatures lack of action on their recommendations for fixing the problems.
Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly says she understands their frustrations but argues that her administration and lawmakers are making progress. She also says it will take time to fix the years of problems left by her Republican predecessors.
More than a dozen members of a child welfare task force and its subcommittees have signed a letter urging lawmakers to do more to address problems in the system that provides foster care for abused and neglected children.
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