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Volume 2018 - Number 19

May 17, 2018

HUD to Seek Public Input on Consistency of Disparate-Impact Rule with SCOTUS’ 2015 Ruling on ‘Inclusive Communities’

Compliance experts are hailing last week’s announcement by the Department of Housing and Urban Development to seek comment on whether the agency’s 2013 final disparate-impact regulation is in tune with the 2015 landmark ruling by the Supreme Court of the U.S. in a disparate-impact case.

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