Legal programs for the poor are bracing for a new round of potential budget cuts, three months after Congress took its shears to the largest source of their funding.

In California, where migrant workers rely on free services to handle housing and employment disputes, the head of California Rural Legal Assistance Inc. said cuts under consideration in Washington would force him to close offices and take at least 3,000 fewer cases a year.

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