Saying “Yes, and” to Fair Housing
July 2, 2015
By Ann Sewill For low-income individuals and families seeking housing, the process has only become more difficult. Funding cuts and rising rents have reduced the availability of affordable housing. And, when it comes to finding apartments in a new neighborhood, the answer is often a resounding “No.” Last week, U.S. Supreme Court issued landmark decisions […]Read More
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