When Children are Abused, Should Government Step In?

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Lisa Izquierdo was conceived in a Brooklyn, N.Y., homeless shelter and born with cocaine in her bloodstream in late 1980s. Her mother, Awilda Lopez, went on week-long drug binges and cashed welfare checks to feed her crack addiction. Two of Lopez's other children lived with relatives, removed from the home by the court system. Social
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