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August 31, 2001FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
United States District Judge William Alsup approved last week a $111,000 settlement of a housing discrimination case brought by persons with disabilities who alleged that they were discriminated against by the City of Richmond Housing Authority because of their
WASHINGTON, DC A multimillion dollar effort to enforce federal handicapped accessibility provisions is currently under way by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Bi-Partisan Effort to Set National Standards Against Predatory Lending
18th Congressional District of OhioRepresentative Bob NeyNews Release
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February 13, 2003
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Since 1995, the NDFHC had received four complaints of discrimination against the Petersons. On the basis of the complaints, the NDFHC conducted an investigation of the Petersons business operations.
BISMARCK, ND, May 8, 2000 - The North Dakota Fair Housing Council (NDFHC) and a Minot family filed a federal lawsuit on April 26, 2000 against Sera Linke, a Minot mobile home park owner, charging discriminatory housing practices against families with children.
Amy Schauer Nelson, Executive Director of the NDFHC stated, "Ms.
BISMARCK, ND, November 13, 2000 -- The North Dakota Fair Housing Council (NDFHC) and a Fargo couple are appealing a state court ruling which decided that housing discrimination against unmarried couples was not illegal under the North Dakota Human Rights Act.
BISMARCK, ND, October 15, 1999 - The North Dakota Fair Housing Council (NDFHC) and two Bismarck residents filed a federal lawsuit today against Virgil manager, charging discriminatory housing practices.
Amy Schauer Nelson, Executive Director of the NDFHC stated, "It is shocking to hear how Mr. Woeste treated his tenants and the statements that he made to them."
NORTH DAKOTA FAIR HOUSING COUNCILPRESS RELEASE -- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEFor Further Information: Amy Schauer Nelson701/221-2530
Jan. 3, 2000 - The North Dakota Fair Housing Council (NDFHC) and six Bismarck residents have reached a $125,000 settlement in a housing discrimination suit filed in federal district court. The lawsuit was brought in 1998 against John and Tillie Haider, Bismarck property owners, charging discriminatory housing practices based upon familial status, national origin, age, marital status and receipt of public assistance.