Total Births in Minnesota
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Definitions: The total number of children born. Births are assigned to the county in which the mother resides, even if the birth occurs in a different county.
Data Source: Minnesota Department of Health, Center for Health Statistics, County Health Tables. http://www.health.state.mn.us/divs/chs/countytables/index.htm
Footnotes: Live births only.
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Established in 1985, Children’s Defense Fund-Minnesota (CDF-MN) is the only policy organization in Minnesota to focus solely on the needs of children. CDF–MN targets all Minnesota children, particularly children being raised in low-income households who suffer greater barriers to full participation in society as a result of being born into poverty. CDF–MN pays particular attention to the needs of our most vulnerable children — children of color, children from low-income families and children with disabilities. To achieve its goals, CDF-MN does advocacy, research, outreach and youth development.Learn More