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Donald Verrilli: 'Justice' Includes Access to Health Care

Solicitor general urges law firms to contribute more to legal services.

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U.S. Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Jr. said lawyers on the "fortunate side" of the income gap have an obligation to make legal services more affordable for middle- and low-income Americans.

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  • Nd4ever

    Of course he‘s for law firms giving money for middle class health care. The ACA is helping make HC unaffordable on their own.

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