A White House petition has been launched to investigate and reform Child Protective Services (CPS) as the human trafficking crisis submerges the American foster care system. The petition, started by advocate Olivia Pleasant, proposes hitting CPS in the wallet, which is fat on funds allocated to them by a Bill Clinton law.
The petition, which needs 100,000 signatures, states:
“According to a release from the State Department from June 2019, children in foster care are the most targeted for human trafficking within the United States. CPS collects Title Funds afforded by a 1997 Act signed by, then President, Bill Clinton which allows states to get rich while keeping kids under state care. The number of children abused and killed under CPS care have sky rocketed and remains substantially higher than those who are abused or killed while under parents care. 27 states are delaying the implementation of the FFPA. We the people demand that the federal government act on nationwide CPS corruption. We propose a removal of funding to states delaying FFPA and a formal investigation into CPS. Family court denies parents and children their Constitutional rights.”
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