Foster parents would have right to intervene under Senate bill

ANNAPOLIS – Foster parents, often treated as mere witnesses in placement decisions regarding children in need of assistance (CINA), would have the right to intervene in the court cases where those decisions are made under legislation that came before a Senate panel Thursday. “Foster parents are among the most caring, giving, thoughtful people you will find ...

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