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Child protection act

The State of Nebraska Country Resources Child Rights Legislation Nebraska 31 December 2012 Legislation/regulation child and adolescent mental health, political rights

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The Department of Health and Human Services shall have the power and it shall be its duty:
To promote the enforcement of laws for the protection and welfare of children born out of wedlock, mentally and physically handicapped children, and dependent, neglected, and delinquent children, except laws the administration of which is expressly vested in some other state department or division, and to take the initiative in all matters involving such children when adequate provision therefor has not already been made.

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Child protection act
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