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Arkansas Attorney General Intends to Lower Child Abuse Cases

Posted by Sandra On October - 21 - 2012

Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel toured the Children’s Advocacy Center of Benton County (CAC) Saturday afternoon taking a close look at the names on the walls the children posted on stars. “Every star on that wall, every child who has ever been through this place is important and we have to make sure that here and all over Arkansas we continue to serve,” McDaniel said.  READ MORE HERE

 










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