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Here's the whole DCS checklist as it currently exists:

http://apps.azsos.gov/public_services/Title_21/21-08.pdf

Reading it, I wonder how anyone meets these requirements. As the article link in the OP states, this is a case CYA by the state for their liability of putting foster children into a potentially hazardous environment. It does not take into account any potential threat or harm to the foster parents caused by following their rules. I wonder how that would play out in court?
 
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Here's the whole DCS checklist as it currently exists:

http://apps.azsos.gov/public_services/Title_21/21-08.pdf

Reading it, I wonder how anyone meets these requirements. As the article link in the OP states, this is a case CYA by the state for their liability of putting foster children into a potentially hazardous environment. It does not take into account any potential threat or harm to the foster parents caused by following their rules. I wonder how that would play out in court?
This is especially a concern because bio family can and does get the home address of the foster parents, though there is supposed to be a strict separation.
 

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That's worse than Ohio. Here we have to have any firearms locked up and unloaded, but a trigger lock is not required. And ammo has to be stored separate from the firearm.
 

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I hope it gets passed.
 
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