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State of babies yearbook: 2020

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The State of Babies Yearbook: 2020 bridges the gap between science and policy with national and state-by-state data on the well-being of America's babies. The 2020 edition of the Yearbook, along with issue-based briefs, adds to the ability to see the babies behind the numbers through an in-depth look into the substantial disparities and inequities among babies and families when examined by race/ethnicity, income, and geographic setting. Policymakers and advocates can use the profiles as a starting point to look at data related to equity together to reach a common understanding of the story of babies and families in their states. They can also identify the communities that need to be engaged as they identify and advance policies that address the most pressing challenges facing the youngest members of society. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Wyoming; West Virginia; Wisconsin; Washington; Vermont; Virginia; Utah; Texas; Tennessee; South Dakota; South Carolina; Rhode Island; Pennsylvania; Oregon; Oklahoma; Ohio; New York; Nevada; New Mexico; New Jersey; New Hampshire; Nebraska; North Dakota; North Carolina; Montana; Mississippi; Missouri; Minnesota; Michigan; Maine; Maryland; Massachusetts; Louisiana; Kentucky; Kansas; Indiana; Illinois; Idaho; Iowa; Hawaii; Georgia; Florida; Delaware; District of Columbia; Connecticut; Colorado; California; Arizona; Arkansas; Alabama; Alaska

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