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Opinion: How to nearly eliminate the tragedy of childhood poverty, while also boosting the economy

Por: MarketWatch Politics February 10, 2021

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Breaking news: The Facts: More than 10 million U.S. children were officially poor before the current pandemic, according to government statistics. In 2019, 14.4% of kids in this country, 10.46 million children, were living in poverty as measured by the official U.S poverty rate. This is higher than the  (9.4%) and higher than the  (8.9%) who live in poverty. The official poverty rate is determined by a comparison of pretax family cash... + full article



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