Plan urges lawmakers to improve NM's child well-being rank
Child advocates angry that New Mexico ranks last in a recent child well-being study have introduced a plan they hope will push state lawmakers to action.
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#2 Sep 24, 2013
others countries children are the most important just here only if u r rich
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