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Anti-poverty center of discussion here on funding re-authorization (access required)

A national anti-poverty expert spent time in Rochester this week, learning about the region’s efforts to move people from poverty to self-sufficiency. David Bradley, CEO of the National Community Action Foundation and author of the Community Services Block Grant, or H.R. 1695, joined U.S. Rep. Joseph Morelle, Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren, Action for a Better Community ...
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