The Online Resource for Massachusetts Poverty Law Advocates

Welcome to MassLegalServices.org, the online poverty law library and collaboration resource for legal services advocates in Massachusetts.

MassLegalServices offers resources and information about legal issues facing lower income Massachusetts residents to legal services advocates and social services professionals. If you are not a lawyer or legal advocate, you will probably find MassLegalHelp more useful.

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Recent Library Content

01/01/2015 - Tricia Brooks, Georgetown Health Policy Institute
Another helpful resource explaining the MAGI income methodology now being used in Massachusetts for most people under 65 in MassHealth and... Read more
04/24/2015 - DTA
Overview Harper, et al. v. Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) was a class action lawsuit brought by disabled... Read more
04/24/2015 - DTA
Overview BEACON Build 47.4 contains implementation of certain changes to functionality related to welfare reform. Purpose The purpose of... Read more
04/24/2015 - DTA
Overview Whenever clients submit a document to the Department, it must be inspected by DTA staff before it is accepted and/or processed.... Read more
04/16/2015 - MLRI
Attached is MLRI's analysis of the Governor's proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2016, House 1, and a link to the Mass. Medicaid Policy... Read more

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