Six Rules for Avoiding Discrimination When Marketing Your Assisted Site

June 13, 2018
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HUD recently suspended the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule. This rule was a 2015 regulation that required any community receiving HUD development block-grant funding to routinely identify instances of racial segregation and provide solutions to counter them. It was intended to fulfill an unmet mandate of the Fair Housing Act, which forbids racial discrimination in housing and also requires local governments to work to desegregate their communities. According to the rule, local governments were required to submit a summary of their findings and goals to HUD for approval.

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