The Supreme Court Keeps the Fair Housing Law Effective, by the editorial board of the New York Times
Housing discrimination doesn’t have to be intentional to be illegal. That is the point of the Supreme Court’s ruling on Thursday interpreting the Fair Housing Act of 1968 in accord with clear congressional intent, and preserving a well-established and critical tool in the long-running battle to ensure a more integrated society.
Friday, June 26, 2015
That other Supreme Court opinion: The Fair Housing Act of 1968.
We're all waiting for the other ruling, but this one's important.