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Commissioners with Duffel Bags for Foster Children



2017-05-05 - Frankfort, KY - Photo from Commonwealth News Center, Anya Weber photo.
Deputy Commissioner Hubbard with Secretary Vickie Yates Brown Glisson in front of part of the collection of donated duffels and backpacks. Commissioner Brown said, 'Many people don't realize that often times when children are removed from their home and placed into state custody, all their belongings are literally stuffed into a black garbage bag. Can you imagine how that makes them feel? No child deserves to be given a trash bag for their belongings'

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