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NYLAG strongly disagrees with decision in the Matter of A-B-

Yesterday Jeff Sessions decided that a woman who escaped El Salvador after being beaten and raped with impunity for 15 years should not have been granted asylum, and she may now be deported back to that nightmare.

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Statement: CFPB must maintain consumer complaint database

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s consumer complaint database is a powerful tool for transparency. NYLAG and other advocates urge the CFPB to keep it public.

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Their husbands abused them. Shouldn’t divorce be easy?

May Raymond, a NYLAG client, is featured in this article in The New York Times.

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Limiting SNAP Benefits Would Be Cruel and Unjust

NYLAG opposes newly proposed Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) rules that would restrict benefits and hurt vulnerable populations.

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Statement: West Point cadets need protections from sexual assault

NYLAG has joined with other organizations in filing an amicus brief in support of a lawsuit filed by Jane Doe, a former cadet at West Point, the U.S. Military Academy, who was subjected to sexual violence and harassment.

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New York’s homeless Girl Scout troop plans for the future

On January 15 NYLAG celebrated Martin Luther King Day with 48 girl scouts from Troop 6000, the first-ever troop created for homeless girls living in shelters across New York City.

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