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Connecting Kids to Medical Coverage January Blog Series Announcement

Overview There are 623,000 children without health insurance in Texas. Those who lack insurance coverage typically experience far-worse health status than those insured. Uninsured children in Texas may be able to get low-cost health care from Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) or no-cost health care from Children’s Medicaid. Lone Star Legal Aid (LSLA) has a … Continue reading Connecting Kids to Medical Coverage January Blog Series Announcement

Eviction Protections Set to Continue into 2021

With at least 4 million Texans having filed for unemployment since the beginning of the pandemic, there has been a significant increase in eviction cases as well. Tenants and landlords have been awaiting an update on the federal moratorium on evictions, which was initially set to expire on December 31, 2020. On Monday, Congress passed … Continue reading Eviction Protections Set to Continue into 2021

CDC Order Protects Three Year Old and Mother From Eviction

Linda Calhoun was supporting her three-year-old daughter on her salary from Luby’s, where she has worked for the last 14 years, with no help from the father. With the help of a roommate, Calhoun could pay all of her bills and live in a nice place close to work. However, like so many others, COVID-19 … Continue reading CDC Order Protects Three Year Old and Mother From Eviction

The Season of Gifting: Holiday Scams to Avoid While Online Shopping and Gift Giving

In 2018, there were over 65,000 victims reported in the United States totally $184 million in losses. These days, scammers are very clever with their tricks. Holiday crooks can spoil your celebrations when they steal your personal information. Seasonal deals are what we long for, but if they seem too good to be true, they … Continue reading The Season of Gifting: Holiday Scams to Avoid While Online Shopping and Gift Giving