Arizona Mom Who Works With Refugee Kids Fights Due-Process Denial That Would Place Her On No-Hire List

Arizona Mom Who Works With Refugee Kids Fights Due-Process Denial That Would Place Her On No-Hire List


An Arizona mother who works with refugee families is fighting a state agency’s decision to place her on a child neglect no-hire list. Represented by attorneys from Pacific Legal Foundation and the Goldwater Institute, she is asking a state court to give her due process before allowing the agency to blacklist her.

According to the stay motion, while Sarra L. was Thanksgiving shopping in 2020, she let her 7-year-old son and his 5-year-old friend play at a park. She knew the park was safe, and a friend of hers was there. While Sarra was in the store, the friend called and said a police officer was talking with the children.

The officer’s charges against Sarra — two counts of contributing to the delinquency of

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