Married couples who refrain from extramarital sex, keep a home free of liquor and tobacco, and regularly participate in a church or similar social organization could qualify as providers of a higher tier of foster care under a bill proposed by a Republican lawmaker from southern Kansas.
Married couples who refrain from extramarital sex, keep a home free of liquor and tobacco, and regularly participate in a church or similar social organization could qualify as providers of a higher tier of foster care under a bill proposed by a Republican lawmaker from southern Kansas.
Married couples who refrain from extramarital sex, keep a home free of liquor and tobacco, and regularly participate in a church or similar social organization could qualify as providers of a higher tier of foster care under a bill proposed by a Republican lawmaker from southern Kansas.

Kansas bill would create a higher tier of foster families — with restrictions

February 10, 2015 08:02 PM