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“... Health inspectors forced low-income and vulnerable tenants to immediately vacate their homes ..."
The Office of the Vermont Attorney General has named Vermont Legal Aid attorney Mairead O’Reilly the “Vermonter of the Month” because of her work on expungement.
This statewide study reviewed a broad range of objective and subjective data to determine the most persistent areas of unmet civil legal need in the state.
A study analyzed and quantified the impact that low-income legal services have on the Vermont economy.
Vermont Legal Aid testified in support of this rule.
In Vermont, approximately 1,700 eviction cases are filed every year. The number one cause of eviction is falling behind on rent. In most cases, families lose their housing.