By Susan Montoya Bryan
The Associated Press
ALBUQUERQUE — A New Mexico children’s advocacy group on Tuesday presented the latest troubling statistics on child poverty, teen birth rates and math and reading proficiency during the first day of the legislative session, hoping to spur action by lawmakers.
Officials with New Mexico Voices for Children and others gathered at the state Capitol to release the annual New Mexico Kids Count report.
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