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(KSL News) Authorities in Texas have dropped 29 more child welfare cases involving members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS).
This is the largest group of dismissals involving members of the church in a single day.
All of the cases in question involved children taken from their parents during a raid on the church's compound in Eldorado, Texas, in April. More than 460 children were removed. The cases involving 338 of them now have been dropped.