WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP) — In a story March 2, The Associated Press reported that the Time's Up movement in partnership with the National Women's Law Center are using a legal fund to connect victims of harassment or discrimination with attorneys, some of whom are volunteering. The story should have specified that free legal consultations are being provided, but legal costs are being subsidized based on certain criteria.
Clarification: Oscars-Time's Up story
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