Philly has eviction problem. Right to counsel legislation could help solve it.

Op-Ed (Pennsylvania)

Philly has eviction problem. Right to counsel legislation could help solve it.

October 17, 2019 | Rochelle M. Fedullo , Catherine Carr , Joseph Sullivan | Philadelphia Inquirer
Those most affected by evictions in Philadelphia are most likely to be our city’s most vulnerable populations: black women with children, older people and those raising grandchildren, veterans, people with disabilities, and low-income households.
Tags: Housing: Eviction | Right to Counsel

Cleveland May Join Crusade To Increase Eviction Atty Access

News Story (Ohio)

Cleveland May Join Crusade To Increase Eviction Atty Access

August 25, 2019 | Kevin Penton | Law360
Cleveland is the latest in a series of municipalities across the country that are considering — or have already created — a right to counsel for certain individuals who face eviction, a move that advocates hope will prevent housing problems from spawning other economic and health woes for families.
Tags: Right to Counsel