Serna’s committee aims to save children’s lives.
When I am having a bad day, I ask myself if my kids are healthy. I feel such relief that my kids are all right that my other problems, such as cash flow, disagreements at work and traffic, all seem small in comparison. I am instantly cheered up.
I have known parents who have lost their children, and, frankly, I do not know if I am strong enough to suffer that level of grief. I pray that I will never go through that kind of experience.
Unfortunately, this is the very experience that the families of 3,633 Sacramento County children, who died between 1990 and 2009, had to suffer through.
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