Colorado's rate of child poverty is the fastest-growing in the country, according to the annual Kids Count report. The need for services is booming, especially in suburban Denver -- and child poverty is hitting Latino families harder than the rest of the population. The Colorado Children's Campaign authored the report. Colorado Public Radio's Mike Lamp talked with that group's president, Chris Watney.
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