David Green

Service Employees International Union

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The recent beatings and even deaths of children in county care have cast a negative spotlight on LA County's Department of Family and Children's Services.

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The recent beatings and even deaths of children in county care have cast a negative spotlight on LA County's Department of Family and Children's Services.

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