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May 5, 2014 1:46 PM

New Florida DCF chief backs off attempts to shield information about child deaths

Just days after the Miami Herald reported that the Department of Children and Families had shut down the the flow of information about a string of child deaths under its watch, the agency's new secretary has released a memo that promises to share more information with the public.

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