Much like the Millennium Development Goals, a county in Virginia has made a goal to cut poverty in half.
The Board of Supervisors of Loudoun County passed a resolution to support the goal of cutting poverty in half by 2017.
The story only received a brief mention in the Washington Post. To see more details of the plan, you can go to the county's website, which has an eight step plan that was developed last year.
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