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The existence of these innocent victims, children, who are not counted is one of the reasons why war will always be a scourge of mankind
Diario Las Americas
The Boy Scouts of America would consider Jason Collins, of the NBA, unqualified for leadership.
Fort Myers News-Press
No child should be spending more time in a cemetery than with their friends, enjoying school and social events.
Fort Myers News-Press
Champion for Children Advocacy is hoping to generate a community interest in providing foster or adoptive care to children in our community.
Sebring News Sun
The Department of Children and Families offers a list of tips for parents on what to say and do in relation to the Boston attacks.
Tallahassee Democrat
It is gratifying to see the wife of former Florida Gov. and Tampa Mayor Bob Martinez be recognized for her work on behalf of troubled children.
Tampa Bay Times
Two large groups of siblings placed in foster care will remain together under one roof with foster parents thanks to a project.
Bradenton Herald
Absentee fathers are detrimental to their children and to their community because it also bears the brunt socially and financially of the crisis.
Ocala Star-Banner
Child advocates gathered at the courthouse to draw awareness to the problem of neglected, beaten or sexually abused children.
Sebring News Sun
State Rep. Larry Lee hoping to start literacy program for 2- and 3-year-old children in Fort Pierce public housing.
Treasure Coast Palm
Groups that organize summer camps in Florida are supposed to conduct background checks before hiring camp workers, but far too many ignore this rule.
Palm Beach Post
The Florida House's proposed solution for ensuring children are not abused in religious group homes and fly-by-night boarding schools is a start.
Tampa Bay Times
Florida families whose sons and brothers died at the infamous Dozier School for Boys in Marianna may learn what happened to them.
Tampa Bay Times
The Florida Department of Children and Families has been working to increase the number of foster parents in this community and the state.
Tallahassee Democrat
One family could adopt, or foster the child; the rest of the congregation could help financially and in other ways to raise her or him.
Sebring News Sun
Schools cannot do it all.
Florida Times-Union
Spend a few minutes with any of the nearly 16,000 members of FFA and you will understand that they are an important part of this state's future.
Tampa Tribune

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Orlando Sentinel

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Orlando Sentinel

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Gainesville Sun

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Sarasota Herald-Tribune

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Gainesville Sun

Letter To The Editor

In working with a legion of dedicated child-welfare professionals, I have come to understand one universal truth: The state does not make a good...

Orlando Sentinel

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Hernando Today

That there are 54,209...

Tampa Tribune