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Jennifer Pokempner, Child Welfare Policy Director, American Bar Association •

The FFPSA seeks to respond to the transition needs of young people, recognizing that, in general, the transition to adulthood requires significant support and does

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Jennifer Pokempner, Child Welfare Policy Director, American Bar Association •
The Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA) has the potential to radically change child welfare systems across the country
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Anita Wadhwani and Adam Tamburin, USA Today / Nashville Tennessean •

Pennsylvania was one of several states to create a mechanism to review sentences of every inmate serving life in prison. Of the 535 men and

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Jennifer Pokempner, Child Welfare Policy Director, American Bar Association •

In addition to increasing investments in prevention servicesso youth and families do not enter the system in the first place, the FFPSA seeks to limit the

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Emily Hoerner, Injustice Watch •

Marsha Levick, chief counsel for the Pennsylvania-based Juvenile Law Center which has advocated for shorter sentences for juveniles, said that across the nation this issue

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Scott Bauer, Minneapolis Star Tribune •

The report was filed in federal court in a case brought by the American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin and the Juvenile Law Center against

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Molly Beck and Patrick Marley, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel •

The inmates are represented by the American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin and Juvenile Law Center.

The lawsuit was filed in 2016 — a year after state and federal

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Emilee Fannon, ABC27 WKOW •

“We’d solve this problem more quickly by shifting these kids to a different facility entirely,” said Lindell. “There have been limited improvements being made, something