When children have been in a loving, stable foster home for a long time, removing them to place them with relatives they may barely... Foster care bill by Sen. Brass praised by officials

When children have been in a loving, stable foster home for a long time, removing them to place them with relatives they may barely know can be traumatic and damaging. That dichotomy is what led State Sen. Matt Brass, R-Newnan, to introduce Senate Bill 167. The bill passed the Georgia House and Senate unanimously and took effect after Gov. Brian Kemp signed it in May.

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