McEntee: Candidates need to address children’s issues

26 July 2012 Published in What's New?

The statistics are deeply troubling: In 2010, 22 percent of American children were living in poverty. There were 700,000 cases of child abuse or neglect, and 23 percent of all kids were living in homes that couldn’t always provide enough food for a healthy, active life.

Voices for Utah Children is mounting a campaign this season — making sure every candidate for federal office and the governorship is aware of those numbers and making children’s health and well-being a part of their runs for office.

Candidates need to address children's issues (Salt Lake Tribune, 7-26-12)