Law Professor: Children in Foster Care Are Suffering Due to Rules
October 17, 2013
Contact: University Relations
In an opinion piece in The Baltimore Sun, University of Baltimore School of Law Associate Professor Daniel Hatcher examines the impact of a government practice of claiming foster children's monetary benefits as a way of offsetting the cost of their care.
"Children's Social Security benefits are intended to serve the children's best interests, not to pay the state back for foster care," Hatcher writes in the Oct. 14 piece.
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