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"Thank you Chairman Serrano and Ranking Member Aderholt for convening this hearing, for listening to members, and for all of the work you and your staff are dedicating to funding so many critical...
The number of rural Americans living in poverty has climbed sharply in the past twenty years. At the turn of the 21st century, about one in five rural counties had a poverty rate higher than twenty...
Arriving in the District of Columbia in 1980, former D.C. Bar President Ronald Flagg began work at the U.S. Department of Justice before joining Sidley Austin LLP, where he handled general and...
This article is part of a series that features library strategies for supporting access to civil legal justice. OCLC’s WebJunction program and the nonprofit organization Legal Services Corporation (LSC) are partnering to deliver the national training initiative Improving Access to Civil Legal Justice through Public Libraries to library staff. Register for the 11 February webinar Civil Legal Justice: The Crucial Role of Libraries to learn more.

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