A committee tasked with studying current state policies and regulations regarding Foster Care and Adoption in Georgia will soon begin its work after Lt. Gov. Burt Jones announced legislative and citizen appointments. The committee was created with the passage of Senate Resolution 282 during the 2023 session.

“The issues this committee will consider are critical for Georgia’s children and I’m confident they will do a great job,” said Jones. “I am looking forward to their findings and recommendations.” 

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