Regina Diehl

Legal Advocates for Permanent Parenting

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Attorney and Executive Director of Legal Advocates for Permanent Parenting and a longtime foster parent

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A federal judge ordered California to increase the reimbursement of foster parents, the people who care for wards of the state from infancy until age 19.

Judge Says California Must Pay Foster Parents More

A federal judge ordered California to increase the reimbursement of foster parents, the people who care for wards of the state from infancy until age 19.

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