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Under Trump, legal aid to the poor takes a hit

The services provided by a Department of Justice office established to help low-income people obtain legal representation are reportedly being quietly rolled back. Sources close to the situation told The New York Times that the Office for Access to Justice (ATJ), established under former President...
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