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Groups File Motion for Summary Judgement in Missouri SNAP Lawsuit 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 25, 2023 CONTACT: Katharine Deabler-Meadows |    MISSOURI – The National Center for Law and Economic Justice (NCLEJ), Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, and Stinson LLP filed a motion for summary judgment for their federal lawsuit…

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Local advocates call for DOJ to investigate dropped police shooting cases

This article was originally published in KGOU. Read it here. In 2020, seven police officers in Oklahoma County were involved in the deaths of three individuals – 49-year-old Christopher Poor, 15-year-old Stavian Rodriguez, and 60-year-old Bennie Edwards. Former…

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NCLEJ, Legal Aid File Article 78 Lawsuit Against NYSDOL On Behalf of Hundreds of 24-Hour Home Care Workers

Petition Seeks Reopening of Years-Long Wage Theft Investigation that was Unlawfully Terminated, Leaving Vulnerable Workers with No Relief in Sight Contacts:  Patrick Fowler, Communications Strategist at NCLEJ: Alejandra Lopez, The Legal Aid Society:  ***FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE*** NCLEJ,…

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