In this episode, we take a closer look at fair housing laws and the challenges that cities and individuals face in upholding them. We explore the topic of zoning and how it can impact fair housing, as well as the legal action that can be taken against cities that violate fair housing laws.
We also discuss the importance of exhausting administrative remedies before pursuing litigation, and how disparate treatment can be a key factor in fair housing cases. Furthermore, we examine a recent law stating that mobile home lots can be abandoned, and the potential for discrimination in this context.
Throughout the episode, we provide insightful commentary on the complexities of fair housing law and the ongoing efforts to combat discrimination. We also highlight the importance of advocacy and education in promoting fair housing practices and ensuring equal access to housing for all.
Highlights of the episode:
00:05:04 Suing of Cities
00:10:42 Exhausting Ministry Remedies
00:11:03 Disparate Treatment
00:14:11 Mobile Home Lot Can Be Abandoned
00:17:01 Proving Discrimination
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