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With the generous donations and grants we receive, PILP is able to ‘Advance justice for low-income people and communities.’

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Making a Difference: California Legal Aid, 2017 Impact Report

The California State Bar has released the Legal Aid Impact Report, reporting on cases closed in 2017

The California State Bar is excited to share the Legal Aid Impact Report. The report is based on the first full year of … Read more

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California Joins Kennedy Commission in Legal Action Against the City of Huntington Beach Over Its Unlawful Housing Plan

The state will file companion litigation against the City of Huntington Beach accusing it of willfully refusing to comply with state housing law

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Judge Orders the City of Encinitas to Adopt a Housing Element; City’s first since 1992

On December 12, 2018, Judge Frazier of the San Diego Superior Court ordered the City of Encinitas to adopt its first housing element since 1992 without subjecting the necessary zoning changes to density and height limitations to the voters for … Read more

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San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors to Implement State Mandate

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