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New Law Reduces Harsh Impacts of Criminal Debt (LFOs) for Defendants Living in Poverty

June 11, 2018

Indigent people can be spared court fees that result from a criminal conviction and cannot be sanctioned for their inability to pay restitution and fines, under the new Washington Legislature Bill E2SHB 1783. This bill will ensure that poor people are not unfairly jailed or tied for years to the… Read more

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Motor Vehicle Repossessions: Advice from NCLC

June 7, 2018

This article, Motor Vehicle Repossessions: Consumer Debt Advice from NCLC, is the third in a series of articles from NCLC (National Consumer Law Center) that provide advice for families in financial difficulty. The Consumer Debt Advice series, targeted directly to the consumer, includes information about legal rights and best strategies… Read more

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Real Change’s New Resource Guide for Homelessness

June 4, 2018

Real Change released Seattle’s The Emerald City Resource Guide in April 2018. This new pocket-size resource guide is intended to help homeless people navigate a spiderweb of resources in King County. You can download The Emerald City Resource Guide here. A common refrain in homeless services is that Seattle’s strength… Read more

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