Mobile home park discrimintaes

December 18, 2015
A southwest Florida mobile home park has reached a settlement with federal prosecutors over allegations that it discriminated against black people seeking to rent lots.
     The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday said that had agreed to pay $60,000 to resolve allegations it had violated the Fair Housing Act.
     Of the settlement money, $35,000 will be used to compensate victims of the discrimination, and $25,000 will pay a civil penalty to the government.