|Florida budgets put priority on hometown projects over at-risk kids|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
TALLAHASSEE -- In the wake of a bloody year for Florida youngsters, lawmakers have pledged to repair the state’s frayed safety net for abused and neglected children.
But as the state’s annual legislative session winds toward the final gavel, many children’s advocates say legislative leaders have failed to match their words with action and fear some proposals may create new problems.
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