Group to urge Governor to approve pre...

Group to urge Governor to approve pre-K programs

There are 3 comments on the KOB-TV New Mexico story from Mar 27, 2013, titled Group to urge Governor to approve pre-K programs. In it, KOB-TV New Mexico reports that:

Police department leaders from Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Los Lunas and Bloomfield will meet at the Albuquerque Family Advocacy Center at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday to urge Governor Susana Martinez to sign legislation concerning early childhood education and home visits.

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#1 Mar 28, 2013
Taxpayer funded daycare IMO. A strange way to address a social problem. What I find odd is that they are able to identify 6000 cases of child abuse but I'll bet few were prosecuted. Just like the gun control & mental illness issue, the root problem is not being addressed - why?

If children are being left in abusive households, and we know it, why are they still there? Is taking them out of the abusive to attend early childhood school, then returning them the proper way to go about this? Does anyone truly think abuse will occur during a home visit either?
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Albuquerque, NM

#2 Mar 28, 2013
police depts asking ..
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urge Governor Susana Martinez to sign legislation concerning early childhood education and home visits.
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wtf ???? if that doesn't send a chill then what would. interesting the article did not expand on what a 'home visit' incurs. warrantless search in the interest of the toddlers ????
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Albuquerque, NM

#3 Mar 28, 2013
so right Dogz, it is a waste and ill conceived.

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