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NCYL News – May 2017
VOL. 2 NO. 2

In This Issue: CA Group Homes Must Change Prescribing Practices; Legislative Push for Juvenile Justice Reform in California; Flores Attorneys Seek Relief for Detained Unaccompanied Minors; Repeal of Bill Decriminalizing Child Sex Trafficking Victims Fails; FosterEd Launches New Website; Congratulations Brian Rocca

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CA Group Homes Must Change Prescribing Practices

May 1, 2017
41 California group homes have been issued advisory notices to create corrective action plans following an investigation of their prescribing practices to foster youth in their care. The investigations were mandated under Senate Bill 484 which passed in 2015 as part of a package of…

Legislative Push for Juvenile Justice Reform in California

May 1, 2017
The National Center for Youth Law is working with California State Senators Ricardo Lara and Holly Mitchell on a legislative package that seeks to interrupt the School-to-Prison-Pipeline and reduce the number of young people in the juvenile and adult criminal systems. In introducing their legislative…