Report: Childhood poverty persists in fast-growing Southwest

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Report: Childhood poverty persists in fast-growing Southwest

Volunteers including Shelley Winship and retired accountant Ralph Nava, left, pick up food packages to deliver to homebound families and dependent children Friday in Santa Fe at the headquarters for Kitchen Angels. An annual report about childhood well-being from the Annie E. Casey Foundation ranks New Mexico last among 50 states that includes measures of poverty, health care, education and family support.

Report: Childhood poverty persists in fast-growing Southwest

Volunteers including Shelley Winship and retired accountant Ralph Nava, left, pick up food packages to deliver to homebound families and dependent children Friday in Santa Fe at the headquarters for Kitchen Angels. An annual report about childhood well-being from the Annie E. Casey Foundation ranks New Mexico last among 50 states that includes measures of poverty, health care, education and family support.
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