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‘Kinship families’ tend to be more vulnerable than traditional ones

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‘Kinship families’ tend to be more vulnerable than traditional ones Re the Feb. 26 article, “Grandmother stands accused”: Catholic Charities Caregivers Kinship Program was heartbroken to hear of the death of 8-year-old, Sha’hiim. We offer our condolences to his family, friends and community. Grandparents raising grandchildren is a growing trend in the Capital Region. The Annie Casey Foundation’s recent report estimates that 2.7 million children are being raised by grandparents or other relatives in the ...


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ThePhilistine
March 10, 2013
3:15 p.m.

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Tom out of your "31000" gun death numbers 18000 are suicides, and fewer guns does not mean fewer suicides, you sir are a pawn.

smith
March 10, 2013
7:22 p.m.

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Charles Harbour: You're right on. Tonko, Schumer and his pawn, Gillibrand have done nothing but lip service. As long as the public continues voting with their heads in the sand it will continue. Join those of us who are picking out good places in other states, either moving to new jobs or when retired. New York is hopelessly in the hands of the left wing loons.

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