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Parental Rights Terminated for Drug Abuse (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms termination of a woman’s parental rights based on a trial court finding that she did not substantially remedy the situation that led to her children’s foster care placement, namely substance abuse. The department removed the children because mother and father had substance abuse problems. The police raided their home and found ...

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