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Poverty more likely for kids of foreigners in state

By Dan Holtmeyer

This article was published October 25, 2017 at 2:55 a.m.

SPRINGDALE -- Children who are immigrants or have at least one immigrant parent are more likely to live in or near poverty in Arkansas than their counterparts in any other state, advocates said Tuesday, calling for policy changes to increase the group's access to education and work.

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