W.Va. Senate panel studies roots of child poverty
West Virginia's high teen pregnancy rate is a leading cause of childhood poverty in the state, according to both speakers at the first meeting of the State Senate's select committee on child poverty.
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Since: Nov 12
#1 Feb 21, 2013
It could also be that there are no JOBS,education is not a major issue for most, no time to sit and learn any thing. They need to be in the road running after drugs and being STUPID.
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