Legal Aid of Arkansas improves the lives of low-income Arkansans by championing equal access to justice for all.
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In 2018, Arkansas became the first state to put work reporting requirements in Medicaid. In the first five months of the requirements, 18,164 people lost insurance because they went three months without reporting. Consistent health coverage is needed for people on Arkansas Works to be healthy enough to work and make a better life.
The Consumer Protection Practice Group at Legal Aid of Arkansas stands for Racial Justice.
Legal Aid of Arkansas, in partnership with the Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Benton County and the Benton County Bar Association, hosted an estate planning clinic on Feb. 2 for recipients of the Single Parent Scholarship Fund.