COVINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Federal funding cuts have led Legal Aid of
the Bluegrass to cut nine positions.
Executive director Richard Cullison told The Kentucky Enquirer
(http://bit.ly/zyr4Cm) that the cuts include two lawyers in
Covington, where the nonprofit is based, two in Lexington and one
in Morehead. Legal Aid of the Bluegrass provides assistance in
civil cases to low-income families in 33 counties.
Even before the cuts, the organization had to turn away
thousands of people who qualify for its services.
Cullison calls the cuts "painful" but says "you can't
bankrupt your agency."
Information from: The Kentucky Enquirer, http://www.nky.com
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