Poor families, including children, face unequal access to direct assistance

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There are 11.4 million children in the United States, and about 1 in 5 is raised by a family living in poverty.

But whether families are eligible for direct assistance from the state depends largely on where they live, a challenge that the Zero to Three organization raised in its recent “Children’s Status” report.

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