It seems no one is thrilled with DCS at the moment:
Two top-ranking Republicans plan to convene legislative meetings to examine the Department of Children’s Services as a growing number of Tennessee lawmakers demand answers from the $650 million child protection agency.
Speaker of the House Beth Harwell and Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey plan to announce legislative meetings to examine DCS when the General Assembly reconvenes late this month, Harwell said Wednesday.
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