As part of a new state social services reform law, a working group will be holding meetings to implement changes in how counties deliver social services. This photo shows Durham’s Health and Human Services Building at 414 E. Main St.
As part of a new state social services reform law, a working group will be holding meetings to implement changes in how counties deliver social services. This photo shows Durham’s Health and Human Services Building at 414 E. Main St. Mark Schultz The News & Observer
As part of a new state social services reform law, a working group will be holding meetings to implement changes in how counties deliver social services. This photo shows Durham’s Health and Human Services Building at 414 E. Main St. Mark Schultz The News & Observer

North Carolina passed social services reform. Here’s why it’s causing local concerns.

November 27, 2017 06:00 AM

UPDATED November 27, 2017 04:18 PM

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