S.C. Department of Social Services director Susan Alford told House lawmakers Wednesday the agency is in need of more money to hire more caseworkers, which would help DSS keep in line with a 2015 class action lawsuit.
S.C. Department of Social Services director Susan Alford told House lawmakers Wednesday the agency is in need of more money to hire more caseworkers, which would help DSS keep in line with a 2015 class action lawsuit. File
S.C. Department of Social Services director Susan Alford told House lawmakers Wednesday the agency is in need of more money to hire more caseworkers, which would help DSS keep in line with a 2015 class action lawsuit. File

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