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Child foster care license revoked in Cloquet

A Cloquet woman's child foster care license has been revoked. A letter dated Wednesday to Tanya M. Nelson from the Minnesota Department of Human Services said her license was revoked because an individual who would have contact with children had ...

A Cloquet woman's child foster care license has been revoked.

A letter dated Wednesday to Tanya M. Nelson from the Minnesota Department of Human Services said her license was revoked because an individual who would have contact with children had not been able to demonstrate being free from chemical-use problems for the past two years. That's a requirement by Minnesota rules for child foster care, the letter said.

A request for reconsideration was denied because Nelson "did not demonstrate that the individual does not pose a risk of harm to persons served by the licensed child foster care program," the letter said.

However, Nelson has the right to appeal the decision.

The action was posted online on Friday.

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Reached at her home, Nelson declined to comment.

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