Politics & Government

May 22, 2013 12:00 AM

State wins foster child ruling

The state will not have to return 15 troubled foster teens it removed because of safety concerns from three private facilities, including one in Lacey, a Thurston County Superior Court judge has ruled in part of an ongoing lawsuit.

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