Report: Arizona ranks 46th in child well-being report

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The latest KIDS COUNT® Data Book, an annual report released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, shows that Arizona ranks 46th in 2019 in factors regarding the well-being of children. The state slipped one notch from 2018. The latest report shows housing affordability is one of the challenges for many children growing up in Arizona. We talk with Joan Serviss, Executive Director of the Arizona Housing Coalition and Dana Wolfe Naimark, President and CEO of Children’s Action Alliance.

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