The Hill  |  November 9, 2019

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In a recent obituary, the father of a woman in Vermont who had recently died as the result of a drug overdose pleaded with that state’s child welfare system to “embrace a mission of enhanced rehabilitation”. He asked the agency to “rethink its mission” and move away from its role as the “punisher” of mothers with substance use disorders.

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