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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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Debt-collection firm settles class action lawsuit

Wall Street Journal article about the settlement of a lawsuit NYLAG and Hughes Hubbard brought against a debt collection company.

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Statement: Don’t let SNAP rule hurt more people

More than 40 million children, parents working at low wages, seniors, people with disabilities, veterans, members of the active duty military, unemployed working-age adults, and others receive SNAP in an average month.

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