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July 23, 2014 3:16 PM

Kansas fares better than Missouri in ranking of kids’ well-being

The Annie E. Casey Foundation this week released the 25th edition of its Kids Count Data Book. Kansas ranked 15th while Missouri ranked 29th. The highest-ranked states were Massachusetts, Vermont and Iowa. The lowest-ranked states were Nevada, New Mexico and Mississippi.

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