White House Announces Rule Strengthening Fair Housing Practices

White House Announces Rule Strengthening Fair Housing Practices

By Cheryl Corley

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro calls the rule historic. It requires communities that receive federal funds to analyze segregation patterns and come up with plans to reduce it.

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