When the ACLU of Pennsylvania, the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia (PILCOP) and other legal advocates were looking for individual plaintiffs who wished to participate in their challenge to Pennsylvania’s new voter identification law, they turned to law centers that work in the trenches with low-income, disabled and other disadvantaged clients. One such site is the Face to Face Legal Center, a nonprofit law clinic located in the Germantown section of Philadelphia that, under varying names, has been providing for more than 20 years free legal services to low-income clients living at or below 150 percent of the federal poverty guidelines.
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