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Panel Aims to Better Civil Legal Aid to Ind. Needy

INDIANAPOLIS (AP): A new statewide commission is aimed at improving the availability of civil legal services for low-income Hoosiers. The Indiana Supreme Court this week created the Indiana Commission to Expand Access to Civil Legal Services. Its 17 members will include judges, law professors, practicing attorneys, existing civil legal services providers, nonprofit groups and representatives from business, finance and labor.

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