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Gen Justice reforms gain momentum across America



When I met Emily, she looked like a typical teen with pink highlights and a Billy Eilish t-shirt. But one thing about Emily was radically different: She’d spent her entire childhood in foster care. She’d been moved 48 times.


Federal law requires children to have stable living situations, and permanent homes as soonas possible. But according to a recent report, “No state achieved substantial conformity with the permanency outcome.” Not one.


Learn more about this critical issue and other Gen Justice updates in this month’s newsletter:

  • Gen Justice reform reinforces timely hearings

  • "Across the States" Podcast with Rebecca Masterson

  • Shadow Foster Care Puts Bureaucrats in Charge

  • Indiana Senate Bill 180 Proposes an Attorney for every foster child

  • Which States Protect Child Victims of Sex Trafficking

  • Gen Justice Files Amicus Brief with the Ohio Supreme Court


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