Officials said that the raises and hiring of new Texas Child Protective Services employees could begin by the close of business Thursday, as state protective services chief Henry “Hank” Whitman urged.
Officials said that the raises and hiring of new Texas Child Protective Services employees could begin by the close of business Thursday, as state protective services chief Henry “Hank” Whitman urged. Jay Janner Austin American-Statesman
Officials said that the raises and hiring of new Texas Child Protective Services employees could begin by the close of business Thursday, as state protective services chief Henry “Hank” Whitman urged. Jay Janner Austin American-Statesman

CPS raises, new hiring set to take effect after state leaders give OK

December 01, 2016 04:01 PM

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