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A Stacked Deck - How Credit is used to Screen Out Those Most in Need of Federally Subsidized Housing

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The article makes the case that rent and utility payment history and landlord references are more appropriate indicators of creditworthiness. It also calls for individual review of each applicant's circumstances, while taking into account a variety of factors, in order to create a fair review system that will promote the goals of affordable housing.
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Housing Discrimination Against Victims of Domestic Violence

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The article focuses primarily on federal law and cases discussing sex discrimination, but also includes a listing of state law citations for state and local fair housing and laws prohibiting eviction or discrimination against tenants because of domestic violence. Available from: Contact the NRCDV at 800-537-2238.