1,000 California Foster Care Homes Match Sex Offender Addresses

California – A new audit of the California foster care system has revealed that over 1,000 foster home addresses match those of registered sex offenders.  It seems that child welfare official failed to compare the addresses even after they were told to do so in 2008.


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