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Foster Kids Find Benefits in Reconnecting with Family

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Foster Kids Find Benefits in Reconnecting with Family

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Children who are raised in foster care often lose touch with their biological relatives. A new federal law requires states to help these children find their birth families.

Foster Kids Find Benefits in Reconnecting with Family
KQED Public Radio
Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Children who are raised in foster care often lose touch with their biological relatives. A new federal law requires states to help these children find their birth families.

This story was originally published on The California Report.

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