Nearly $3.9 million in publicly funded grants were awarded this year to legal services groups that work with some of Washington’s poorest and most vulnerable residents.

The Access to Justice Grant Program is funded by the D.C. Council and administered by the D.C. Bar Foundation. The amount of money set aside annually for these grants has steadily risen since 2011; last year, the council approved about $3.4 million.

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