New DHS director ready for scrutiny

New Iowa Department of Human Services director Jerry Foxhoven says he's ready to go despite the bright spotlight.  Foxhoven started his new job Thursday as Charles Palmer is retiring in the wake of two teenage girls dying and as their adoptive parents are charged in their deaths.  Foxhoven talked about improving the morale of workers and looking at how to better take care of kids under the department's watch.  DHS has been under fire lately after the deaths of Natalie Finn and Sabrina Ray, both of whom were severely malnourished when they died.

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