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Volume 25 - Number 21

October 13, 2014

Disparate Impact Returns to SCOTUS; Will CFPB Weigh In?

Earlier this month, the Supreme Court of the United States agreed to accept Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. The Inclusive Communities Project, Inc., the latest legal dispute over disparate impact to reach it corridors. However, a ruling by the SCOTUS could extend beyond the mortgage space. The TDHCA distributes the tax credits associated with the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program throughout Texas. The ICP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that works to place low-income, mostly African-American Section 8 tenants in Dallas’s more affluent and largely white suburban neighborhoods. The ICP brought suit against TDHCA back in 2008, accusing the housing agency of disproportionately authorizing LIHTCs for affordable housing developments in largely minority ...

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