The parents of Bryce Mosier, a baby boy who died in a Wichita day care home last year, have launched a petition and social media campaign aimed at revoking the day care provider’s license and strengthening oversight of child care statewide.
The parents of Bryce Mosier, a baby boy who died in a Wichita day care home last year, have launched a petition and social media campaign aimed at revoking the day care provider’s license and strengthening oversight of child care statewide.
The parents of Bryce Mosier, a baby boy who died in a Wichita day care home last year, have launched a petition and social media campaign aimed at revoking the day care provider’s license and strengthening oversight of child care statewide.

Parents seek state action against day care provider after infant’s death

October 27, 2012 12:27 PM

UPDATED August 06, 2014 10:31 AM

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