Philadelphia Stops Asking Jailed Parents for Child Support

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Just ahead of a City Council hearing on Philadelphia's longtime practice of going after working-poor parents of incarcerated children for child support, the city Department of Human Services ended the practice, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. "Our priority is to reunify families safely and quickly, and this decision is a great move forward toward that goal, as well as promoting family stability . . .

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