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Divorce Is Expensive, But Some Try To Ease The Burden

An-Li Herring
WESA (Pittsburgh)
November 27, 2019
Without that help, a recent study of Pennsylvania counties shows, many people do not get divorced at all.

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How Much Does It Help To Expunge A Criminal Record? Local Study Seeks To Find Out

An-Li Herring
WESA (Pittsburgh)
September 23, 2019
Expungement erases past arrests and charges, and removes old or low-level convictions from public view. But no empirical data show how much of an impact it has on job or housing prospects, or on the chances of future arrests.

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Lawyers Have A Role To Play In Decriminalizing Poverty

WESA (Pittsburgh)
September 5, 2017
It was a wake-up call for the nation, and one organization had already been in place working on these issues for five years.

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Advocates For Needy Urge Changes To PA Welfare System

Aaron Moselle
WESA (Pittsburgh)
August 18, 2016
In a report released Monday called Mending the Safety Net, CLS said the cash assistance program's requirements are too burdensome and that it doesn't provide families with nearly enough money each month.



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