12/06/17: Legal Aid attorneys selected as fellows to help combat poverty in Cleveland

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More than one-third of Cleveland’s residents live at or below the poverty level. On Tuesday, Legal Aid attorneys Julie Cortes and Hazel Remesch were selected to become fellows of the Innovation Mission, an initiative created by the Sisters of Charity Foundation. The Innovation Mission calls on local professionals to submit their ideas on the best ways to combat poverty levels in Cleveland.

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