DiPalma critical of DCYF 12.5% reimbursement cut for child-housing agencies

[Capitol TV] Sen. Louis P. DiPalma, first vice chairman of the RI Senate Finance Committee.
PROVIDENCE — The state Department of Children, Youth and Families’s proposed 12.5 percent rate reduction for state-contracted child residential housing agencies, the result of a combination of policy and the state agency’s $10 million deficit, has received criticism from providers and Senate Finance First Vice Chair Sen. Louis P. DiPalma, D-Little Compton. On Friday, Marty Sinnott, president…

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