According to numbers released Thursday by the U.S. Census, the percentage of children living in poverty in Minnesota continues to grow.
60 Minutes played a rebroadcast of a great segment last night that originally aired in November 2011. This recession has caused more than 16 million kids to live in poverty. Central Florida is one of […]
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