Frank B. Strickland is a big supporter of both the Republican Party and government-funded legal aid to the poor — two avocations he does not find contradictory.
Strickland is the board chairman of Legal Services Corp., the federal entity that is the primary funder of the nation’s legal aid organizations. He also is a lifelong activist in the Republican Party, which has twice tried to eliminate the LSC by cutting its funding.
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