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Child protection is a top priority

Author: Dana Kazel on Sep 12 2016

Commissioner Patrick BoyleThere has been an alarming increase in the number of reports of child maltreatment in St. Louis County in the last two years. Commissioner Patrick Boyle, who chairs the Board's Health and Human Services Committee writes about the growing costs, and why we can't afford to do nothing.

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Child protection is a top priority

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