Money has always been a point of contention between the Legal Services Corp. and Congress. But now, money is putting the LSC at odds with some of its own providers.

The federally funded LSC, which doles out grants to 237 legal aid groups around the country, has ordered two of those groups to hand over client names as part of a congressionally mandated audit.

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