WHY RURAL AMERICANS STRUGGLE FOR EQUAL JUSTICE

The Dallas Morning News – November 24, 2019

Rural courts are sorely lacking in resources as compared to their urban counterparts.

Drive from Amarillo, one of the biggest cities in West Texas, to Armstrong County, Texas, and you will enter a different world. Armstrong County, with fewer than than 2,000 people, is largely agricultural and, like many rural counties, substantially poorer than its urban neighbor, with a small local budget to match. [READ MORE]