By Rick Nathanson, Albuquerque Journal
Feb. 3, 2021
Before the pandemic, New Mexico’s efforts to improve child well-being were gaining momentum.
“The pandemic is a stark reminder about how fragile our systems are, how our equity issues are not addressed, and how we still have deep divides that cause and exacerbate poverty in the state,” Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham said Wednesday.
She was among the speakers at an online news conference hosted by New Mexico Voices for Children, which just released the 2020 Kids Count Data Book for the state.
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