Legislature considers extending foster care to age 21
Senate again weighs requiring lawyers for foster children
The state Senate is once again weighing a bill to require legal representation for foster children, a proposal that social-service advocates consider as a top priority. The Senate Human Services & Corrections Committee held a Monday morning hearing on the proposal, which sailed through the state House last year but stalled in the Senate amid cost concerns.
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Senate considers help for foster kids after KING 5 series
Mockingbird praises homeless youth support in King County budget
2014 King County budget represents huge win for homeless youth and young adults
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