New Mexico leads the nation in providing free/reduced breakfasts to low-income children, according to a report from the nonprofit Food Research and Action Center. Conversely, Illinois had the lowest participation rate, with only 32 low-income children eating breakfast for every 100 who ate lunch. The report found that New Mexico had the highest ratio of low income children eating free and reduced-price breakfasts at school: of every 100 low-income children eating lunch, 61 also received ...

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