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March 2, 2007 12:00 AM

Death puts focus on CPS

As 12-year-old Daelynn Foreman slowly dwindled to 23 pounds and starved to death, Child Protective Services agents were warned at least twice that the Orangevale girl was not being properly cared for, court records show.

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