Bridges Out of Poverty

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Workshop introduces program to shed light on poverty

You get up in the morning, shower, get dressed and go to work. Easy, right? It is if you can afford a car, said Annette Norton, probation supervisor for the 14th Judicial District Probation Department. Reliable transportation is often a given for people who live in the middle class, but it can be a more troublesome issue for people living below the poverty line.


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