Daily Update September 5, 2019
 

Georgia child welfare agency OKs cuts to meet governor’s mandate

James Salzer and Maya T. Prabhu -  The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Georgia agency that oversees child welfare, elder abuse prevention and food stamp programs would cut hundreds of jobs and spending on numerous services under a proposal to slash $46 million in order to meet Gov. Brian Kemp’s call for a leaner state government.


https://www.ajc.com/news/state--regional-govt--politics/georgia-child-welfare-agency-oks-cuts-meet-governor-mandate/u87OR3svzebvGpx3BQLzeM/?utm_source=newspaper&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=9531028&ecmp=newspaper_email&#user/access/9e6c.e5993bb9.1518739800.

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