The state Assembly's one-house budget bill restored some of the cuts to child welfare services that were included in the governor's executive budget. But the Senate version did not. So advocates will be busy over the next couple weeks making the case for investing in the local agencies in charge of protecting kids. Stephanie Gendell from the Citizens Committee for Children of New York, and Sharmeela Mediratta from Family and Community Support Services at Graham Windam, discuss what is at stake.
Funding Need for Children's Services
By Capital Tonight Staff City of Albany March 16, 2018 @8:17 PM