Phyllis Gilmore, secretary of the Department for Children and Families, faced criticism Tuesday after Sen. Laura Kelly said her agency appeared unaware of three missing foster children in northeast Kansas.
Phyllis Gilmore, secretary of the Department for Children and Families, faced criticism Tuesday after Sen. Laura Kelly said her agency appeared unaware of three missing foster children in northeast Kansas. Emily DeShazer Associated Press
Phyllis Gilmore, secretary of the Department for Children and Families, faced criticism Tuesday after Sen. Laura Kelly said her agency appeared unaware of three missing foster children in northeast Kansas. Emily DeShazer Associated Press

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