How can the government improve the welfare of children in Louisiana?
When it comes to the future of a community or a state, nothing is more important than the welfare of the children - they are the future. By many indicators, Louisiana has not done well by its children. Find out why our state ranks 49th overall in child welfare issues on “Louisiana’s Children: A Future at Risk”. It’s an encore edition of Louisiana Public Square, featuring special guest Darryl McDaniel of Run DMC.This program was also funded in part by the Louisiana Forestry Association
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