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C alifornia’s lawyers are teaming with state government to help secure pro bono legal services for families of victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

The public-private partnership, which was announced by Gov. Gray Davis on Friday, is designed to assist those who could face immigration issues, the loss of health benefits and wages, or will and probate problems as a result of the worst attack ever on American soil.

“This effort will provide these victims and survivors with a trained advocate who can help protect their legal and property rights,” Davis said in a prepared statement Friday.

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