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“Food is Medicine bill” backed by Legal Aid

The “Food is Medicine” bill aims to restore SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits (previously known as “food stamps”) to Minnesota’s 6K adults who lost them Jan. 1.

Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid selects new leader

Following a nationwide search that began in October, Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid’s Board of Directors confirmed Milo Mumgaard as the organization’s pick to take the reins as executive director.

Legal Aid in the community helps neighbors become citizens

Waite House, our newest community clinic in South Minneapolis, plays host to those seeking U.S. citizenship and Legal Aid lawyers who can help them!

Nationwide search underway for executive director

As Executive Director Danielle Shelton-Walczak steps down, the search begins for the next leader of Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid.

Not news: Legal Aid is free

Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid wants the public to know they should never pay for Legal Aid. If asked to pay, that is a red flag that you are not dealing with Legal Aid.

Become a citizen with the help of Legal Aid

Legal Aid pro bono attorneys and volunteers explain steps to citizenship, Tuesday, Oct. 14, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., Brooklyn Park Library.

Greiling to headline Legal Aid luncheon

All are invited to attend this annual Access to Justice fundraiser benefitting Legal Aid in St. Cloud, Thursday, Oct. 12. Reservations required.

Ruling in Class Action Lawsuit favors Special Education students

Legal Aid is seeking to get the word out to certain special education students that they are now entitled to resume instruction they lost out on when the state prematurely ended their educational services.

Strategic racial equity plan finalized

Mid-Minnesota releases its 2023-24 Strategic Racial Equity Action Plan.

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