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Iowa Child Abuse Cases Spike

Posted by Sandra On March - 23 - 2011

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A report from the Iowa Department of Human Services shows cases of child abuse rose by 69 percent in Muscatine County and 50 percent in Louisa County from 2009 to 2010. Counselors at the Mississippi Valley Child Protection Center in Muscatine offer care for children who have been abused. They say they are concerned about the rise in reports but say it also means that people are doing a better job when it comes to reporting child abuse.

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http://www.kwqc.com/Global/story.asp?S=14293971

 










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