1997 issues of The Advocate
Jerome Bradford, who has several mental disabilities, was shown an apartment and interviewed in April 1994. On his application, Jerome claimed he suffered from dyslexia and "borderline mental retardation" and that he received Social Security bene fits.
Ten victims of sexual harassment at a residential hotel in Portland, Oregon won a $127,000 settlement from the hotel owner after filing complaints under the Fair Housing Act. The settlement includes $25,000 in attorney's fees.