Legal Project Scaling Up to Help Prevent Evictions
12/21/20 5:56 PM
A legal assistance program started by the Baker administration as a moratorium on evictions and foreclosures was set to end is looking to ramp up services and bring on a host of new attorneys as eviction cases for failure to pay rent are on the rise in the state.
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