DeWine Moves To Keep Foster Teens From 'Aging Out' Of State Care Programs


(24/7 News) -- Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is tweaking the state's foster-care program in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

During a news conference Friday afternoon, he announced charges that will affect those who would typically "age out" of the state program once they turn 18-years-old. 

To keep that from happening, the governor announced that the state would cover the costs of more than 200 teens who otherwise might find themselves on their own before things settle down.


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