This sounds like a fine plan to me.
It’s sponsored by Nancy Schaefer, John Douglas, Robert Brown, and others. Basically, it requires immediacy in an emergency for DFACS to take a child from a home, only allows them to keep the child for 72 hours (as opposed to the present 7 days) without a court order, and requires that DFACS first try to find appropriate family members to place a child with instead of immediately opting for foster care.
Also notable, the law would be changed to make sure a child can be removed from a home if a parent has murdered the other parent, not just waiting for a conviction of that murder.
Interestingly though, the law gets rid of a provision allowing DFACS to remove a child if the parent has had his/her rights to another child involuntarily terminated. That sounds like a perplexing change at first, but come to think of it, I know situations where this would have been a good thing.