Olympian (WA)

A McClatchy newspaper in Olympia, Washington. Has a daily circulation around 33,000.
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Primary geographic focus: Washington
Organization type(s): Media


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Migrant legal aid in high demand

Emily Mieure, Allie Gross
Olympian (WA)
March 20, 2018
Jackson Hole's only two practicing immigration attorneys can't accept any new cases.


Civil legal aid makes difference for crime victims

Dan Satterberg, Jon Tunheim
Olympian (WA)
April 6, 2017
Civil legal aid is a sound public safety investment and promotes justice within the framework of the rule of law.

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St. Paul church offers blessings – and bankers

Maja Beckstrom
Olympian (WA)
March 18, 2016
This church started swapping out one of its weekly Wednesday night Bible studies each month for sessions on financial and legal advice.


Legal aid is big help to survivors of domestic violence

Ishbel Dickens, Jay Doran
Olympian (WA)
February 6, 2016
Providing an attorney can reduce domestic violence victims by as much as 21%.

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Attorneys hope to ease burden on poor of legal needs

Jordan Schrader
Olympian (WA)
November 18, 2015
More than three-quarters of poor Washingtonians with civil legal problems face them without attorneys, according to a recent survey due to be presented to state lawmakers at a Thursday committee hearing.


There’s truly big need for civil legal aid

Olympian (WA)
November 14, 2015
The 2015 Washington State Civil Legal Needs Update study makes the case for greater legislative action.

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