Legal aid groups are touting a new study that shows a more than 700 percent return on investment for the three nonprofit agencies that provide legal services to Delaware’s poor, as leaders seek to restore state funding that was slashed from last year’s budget.

Released Thursday during a Wilmington press conference, $18.1 million in state, federal and private funding for the organizations generated $149.2 million in economic benefits and averted costs between 2013 and 2015.

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