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On April 16, 2019, the United States District Court of Oregon issued this class action complaint for the case Wyatt B. Oregon. In this complaint, the plaintiffs argue on the behalf of 10 children against the Oregon Welfare System. The complaint outlines their claims that include, but are not limited to: the DHS performs inadequate assessments and case planning; the DHS has inadequate permanency planning; Oregon fails to properly support and train case workers to meet the needs of their children; and Oregon has failed to follow up on necessary, recommended changes for over a decade . . .
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