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Advocates call on top Democrats for $100B in housing investments (The Hill)

Advocates are calling on top Democratic lawmakers to allocate $100 billion for housing investments in the party’s multitrillion-dollar reconciliation bill. Three civil rights and fair housing groups penned a letter to top House and Senate Democrats on Monday, urging them to include the money in targeted first-generation down payment assistance in the $3.5 trillion bill to “take an initial step to reverse the harms of government-sponsored discrimination in the nation’s housing finance system.” Read more here.

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Disparate Impact Rule

Background on this Issue In August 2019, HUD published a proposed rule that will drastically weaken the use of Disparate Impact theory in fair housing cases. Disparate Impact is a long-standing critical tool used to prevent housing discrimination. More than 45,000 comments were submitted opposing the administration’s proposal to dismantle Disparate Impact under the Fair […]