Defunding Legal Services Corp. Would Have 'Dramatic' Impact in Pa.

, The Legal Intelligencer

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The repercussions of President Donald Trump's proposal to zero out funding for Legal Services Corp. would be felt deeply by Pennsylvania's poorest regions, where civil legal aid providers rely most heavily on federal dollars and are already struggling to meet the population's needs, leaders of those organizations said.

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