The two-fisted beating of an coronavirus shutdown and an oil market crash is begetting yet another crisis on the horizon in Texas: the need for legal aid. Zero interest rates and dwindling tax revenues are sapping low-income legal resources, even as the need for them is set to explode. "That's the next big story," says SCOTX Chief Justice Nathan Hecht. Janet Elliott explains . . .
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