What about poverty on a global scale

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Valley News - Opinion
Poverty is everywhere in the United States, and unfortunately California sits as the third state with the largest homeless population. It’s been noted by community leaders that there are at least 50 homeless individuals taking refuge in our city. Together, the city, community, and local government are working towards housing dedicated to their rehabilitation and reintroduction into society. Instead of treating homelessness as a disease, the community must continuously work towards a respectful humanitarian approach to their situations. The local poverty issue has gained enough traction to enact change from the local government and its leaders, but what about poverty on a global scale? We all do better when we all do better; meaning small investments in global poverty means bigger retu
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