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Helping Low-Income People Get Decent Jobs

One Legal Services Program's Approach

By Nona Liegeois, Francisca Gonzalez Baxa & Barbara Corkrey

Community economic development is strengthening the infrastructure of low-income communities and improving residents' financial well-being. The Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles has been active in building coalitions among residents, communities, and businesses, and the consequent economic improvement is notable.

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