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Parents’ Rights Terminated for Special-Needs Children (access required)

The Court of Appeals upholds termination of parental rights for parents who were unable to maintain stable employment or housing or otherwise provide for their small children, a three-year-old diagnosed with autism and a younger child who showed autistic tendencies. At the time of the November 2010 hearing, the children had been in foster care for ...

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