April 15, 2007 in City

Coming Monday

The Spokesman-Review

Economic research shows that money spent on child abuse prevention reduces the costs of crime, health care and remedial education, while it helps children grow to become more productive citizens.

Online chat: When victims become offenders. Susan Cairy, volunteer programs coordinator for Spokane County Juvenile Court Services, will discuss the impact of child abuse on the court system, live, 1-3 p.m. Send questions to news@spokesman.com, or join us Monday afternoon at spokesmanreview.com/ourkids.

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