Early Childhood: Impoverished families with babies face uneven access to direct aid


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There are 11.4 million infants in the US, and practically 1 in 5 are being raised by households in poverty.

However whether or not households are eligible for direct help from the state relies upon largely on the place they reside, a problem that the group Zero to Three has highlighted in its most up-to-date “State of Babies” report.


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