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Group Targeting Child Mortality Rates Hits Roadblocks

Every year, almost 1,000 Texas children die from unnatural causes, including accidents, homicides and suicides. A volunteer group studying such deaths has called on state lawmakers to make changes, but legislation has stalled.

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Every year, almost 1,000 Texas children die from unnatural causes, including accidents, homicides and suicides. A volunteer group studying such deaths has called on state lawmakers to make changes, but legislation has stalled.

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