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Colorado’s child poverty rate declining

Colorado’s child poverty rate declining

ABC 7 Denver |  March 28, 2016

Colorado’s child poverty rate is declining, but it is still higher than it was in 2000. The annual KIDS COUNT in Colorado! report found 15 percent of Colorado children are living below the poverty line — meaning they live in a home where the annual income for a family of four is less than $23,850.

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