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Connecticut budget averts $4.5M cut to legal aid

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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut lawmakers have averted a looming $4.5 million cut to legal aid services that lawyers for the poor say would have forced them to turn away hundreds of low-income people seeking help with court cases involving domestic violence, eviction and health care. The General Assembly approved a plan to continue using increased court filing fees to fund legal aid, as part...

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