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Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Legal Services Corporation President Ronald S. Flagg said COVID-19 hit legal aid programs and their clients with a "triple whammy" of shifting to remote work, growing requests for help, and shrinking...
Many Americans are being sustained a CARES Act benefit for the vulnerable: the enhanced unemployment, which was expanded to cover traditionally ineligible laid-off and even part-time workers and...
Past-due child support is the only reason the Internal Revenue Service can offset the economic impact payments that Congress approved in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act. In...
Domestic violence does not go away during a pandemic, rates may even be exacerbated. But, throughout the COVID emergency shut-downs, help for domestic violence victims is but a phone call or a text...
The four residents of the transitional housing facility for homeless and in-need women veterans say they were shocked last Thursday night when told they had to be out by Tuesday. The women who live...
The Legal Aid Society for Northeastern New York (LASNNY) launched an online assistance program Monday for potential clients in Fulton, Montgomery and Schoharie counties dealing with the coronavirus...
The number of people who could be impacted by lifting the eviction moratoriums is not known because there’s no data available yet to understand who is covered by the patchwork of regulations existing...
The COVID-19 pandemic cost millions of people their jobs, which means paying rent in the last two months became nearly impossible. Housing advocates hoped Texas would change its mind, but last week...