Kansas Senate OKs bill for openness on missing foster kids


February 28, 2019

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas legislators are moving ahead with a bill aimed at making sure they and the governor are notified whenever foster children run away or go missing.

The Senate approved the measure Wednesday, 40-0, sending it to the House.

The vote came two days after new Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly promised more openness about missing foster children. The state Department for Children and Families launched a new website with statistics about missing foster children to be updated daily.

The bill would require contractors providing services for abused and neglected children in foste...

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