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Children's Defense Fund of Ohio

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A new Georgetown University report shows between 2016 and 2019, the number of Ohio children without health insurance rose by 27 thousand to 131 thousand. 

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Ohio ranks 31st in the nation for child well-being, according to the latest Annie E. Casey Foundation's Kids Count Data Book

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A recent report by the non-partisan Annie E. Casey Foundation shows despite an improved economy since 2008, the rate of Ohio children living in high-poverty areas has seen little change. 

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The latest report on child well-being by the non-partisan Annie E. Casey Foundation ranks Ohio 27th in the nation overall, down from 25th last year, but notes racial and ethnic disparities persist. 

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Ohio has made slight improvements in placing foster children with families. 

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Ohio is ranked 25th in the nation for overall child well-being in the latest Kids Count data book from the non-partisan Annie E. Casey Foundation. 

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Ohio children of immigrants and of color are far behind white kids in terms of well-being and opportunity, according to a new report by the non-partisan Annie E. Casey Foundation.

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The Annie E. Casey Foundation's 2017 Kids Count Data Book ranks Ohio 24th for child well-being, up from 26th last year.

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A policy brief suggests educating women on breastfeeding will help reduce Ohio's high infant mortality rate.

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A new report by the Children's Defense Fund of Ohio shows little improvement for low-income Appalachian children.

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A new report by the non-profit Annie E. Casey foundation shows 271-thousand Ohio children have at least one incarcerated parent, the fourth-highest number in the nation.

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Thousands of Ohio students are truant every year, and many wind up getting expelled. Three Republican state lawmakers have introduced a proposal to deal with the problem. 

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A new report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation shows nearly one in four Ohio children now live in poverty, up from 18 percent seven years ago.

The Children's Defense Fund of Ohio says nearly 27 percent of Franklin County children lived in poverty in 2011, and 34 percent received food stamps.