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Santa Fe, NM – Ahead of an expected House floor vote today, Attorney General Hector Balderas announced his endorsement of HJR 1 to fund early childhood education in New Mexico. Leaders in the New Mexico Legislature have proposed a constitutional amendment that would tap New Mexico’s natural resource wealth to support early childhood education. If enacted, the amendment would set aside a portion of investment returns from the Land Grant Permanent Fund to be used for these critical programs. New Mexico ranks first in child poverty and early childhood programs are shown to buffer children from the negative effects of poverty.

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