The group trying to reduce child poverty in the Tri-State area plans 100 community listening sessions as well as two larger "summit meetings" to gather ideas.
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley's Child Poverty Collaborative hopes to help 10,000 children over the next five years. The group's recommendations are now scheduled to be released in November 2016. Mayor Cranley had originally said that would happen in June.
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