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  • Sen. Laura Kelly says 'there is no transparency' in DCF after Star investigation

    Kansas Sen. Laura Kelly asked Department for Children and Families staff about shredding of notes from meetings but got no answer during a meeting of the Child Welfare Systems Task Force in Topeka. Later the department issued a statement saying that only personal notes such as thoughts or opinions were to be shredded.

Sen. Laura Kelly says 'there is no transparency' in DCF after Star investigation

Kansas Sen. Laura Kelly asked Department for Children and Families staff about shredding of notes from meetings but got no answer during a meeting of the Child Welfare Systems Task Force in Topeka. Later the department issued a statement saying that only personal notes such as thoughts or opinions were to be shredded.
Keith Myers The Kansas City Star