N.H. Senate approves bill to preserve abuse, neglect records

CONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire's child protection agency would be required to keep records of child abuse and neglect allegations for at least seven years under a bill advancing in the Legislature, but questions remain about how to store those records electronically. The Division of Children, Youth and Families keeps records of allegations deemed unworthy of ...

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