'Access to Justice' was not blind

A recent op-ed in The Hill and New York Times report both bemoaned the loss of the Justice Department’s so-called “Access to Justice” (A2J) office. Despite the office’s stated mission to “deliver outcomes that are fair and accessible to all,” the actions performed by A2J employees during the previous administration lead us to believe that its closure is a necessary step in the right direction.

Due to an investigation by the House and Senate Judiciary committees, it was discovered that the A2J office was responsible for a terrible abuse of power. In just two years, the Justice Department – than...


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