Mostly good news for Granite State kids in study
New Hampshire still ranks 7th in economic security and 16th in health, said Ellen Fineberg, executive director of the Children's Alliance."That's simply not good enough. New Hampshire still has children living in poverty; children without health insurance; children going hungry; we must continue working to improve the lives of our state's children and youth," Fineberg said in the report released Monday.
Much of the data about poverty and economic measures is from 2011.
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