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House Passes Bill Lowering Social Worker Caseload Standards

And by standards we are talking quantity not quality, here. The House joined the Senate in passing Senate Bill 33 unanimously without seeming to address how this bill will be paid for. Senate Bill 33 would require that the Division of Family Services reduce caseload standards from 18 families to 12 families per caseworker.

The bill will now be sent to the Governor for his signature.

Senate Bill 33 – Reducing the Caseload of Social WorkersCurrrent Status – Passed Senate 20-0-1. Passed House 39-0-2.
House Sponsors Griffith, Bolden, Chukwuocha, Johnson, Morrison, Williams // Briggs King, SmithSenate SponsorsGay, Townsend, Hansen, Hoffner, Walsh // Pettyjohn
House Yes VotesBaumbach Bolden Bush Carson Chukwuocha Cooke Dorsey-Walker Griffith Harris Heffernan Johnson Lambert Longhurst Matthews Minor-Brown Moore Morrison Neal Osienski Phillips Romer Schwartzkopf Williams Wilson-Anton // Briggs King Collins Dukes Gray Hensley Hilovsky Morris Postles Ramone Short Shupe Smith Spiegelman Vanderwende YearickSenate Yes Votes Gay Hansen Hoffner Huxtable Lockman Mantzavinos McBride Paradee Pinkney Poore Sokola Sturgeon Townsend Walsh // Buckson Hocker Lawson Pettyjohn Richardon Wilson
House No Votes – NoneSenate No Votes
House Absents or Not VotingLynn, Parker SelbySenate Absent or Not Voting Brown

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