New Exhibit Illustrates Impact of Evictions

A new exhibit at Washington, D.C.’s National Building Museum is based on Matthew Desmond’s book, “Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City.” Desmond, a Pulitzer Prize winner, was last year’s speaker at the Pisgah Legal Services’ Poverty Forum. Hear…

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WNC Open Enrollment Anxiety

Listen to this interview on Blue Ridge Public Radio with a local woman who needs health insurance through the ACA and Pisgah Legal Managing Attorney Jackie Kiger. Open Enrollment starts Nov. 1 and free, in-person help is available! Make an…

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NC Navigators Get Support

Pisgah Legal Services is gearing up for the next ACA Open Enrollment  beginning November 1 and ending December 15, which is a much shorter time period this year. Find out more in North Carolina Health News.

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Meet Tom and Pam Siekman

Tom and Pam Siekman give back to their community by volunteering with Pisgah Legal Services and other local nonprofits. They were recently featured on WLOS’ “Person of the Week.” Watch it here.

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ACA Replacement Would Harm Low-Income People

A rally was held in downtown Asheville on March 7 to draw attention to the pitfalls of the plan that is being considered by Congress to replace the Affordable Care Act. Read about it in the Citizen-Times. Story and photo by Mark Barrett.

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