Kansas governor bypasses lawmakers, creates child advocate (access required)

TOPEKA, Kan.  — Gov. Laura Kelly on Monday created an independent office to review complaints against Kansas' foster care system and recommend changes in child welfare policies, a longtime goal of advocates for abused and neglected children. The Democratic governor's move to create the office by executive order bypasses the Republican-controlled Legislature. It deadlocked on the ...

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