New York AG to SCOTUS: Uphold disparate impact in housing

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Stacy Seicshnaydre in the Huffington Post urges the Supreme Court to uphold the disparate impact cause of action available under the Fair Housing Act. In The New York Times , ACS Board of Directors member linda greenhouse considers Justice John Paul Stevens life at the Supreme Court in light of his upcoming ninety-fifth birthday.

New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman says he supports upholding disparate impact in the interpretation of the federal fair housing act. Last year, he led a coalition of 16 other states in filing a brief defending the theory.

Attorney General Josh Shapiro on Wednesday filed formal comments demanding that the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development keep in place a rule that protects consumers from housing.

Barring some future revelations, the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York isn’t likely to stir. recently threw out the Administration’s disparate-impact rule in housing, and the.

In a brief filed today, Attorney General George Jepsen has joined with 11 other state attorneys general in urging the U.S. Supreme Court to recognize disparate impact claims under the federal Fair Housing Act.

The students’ appeal to the appellate division of the New York State Supreme Court was denied last year. However, New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer. the policy has a “disparate impact” on.

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The students’ appeal to the appellate division of the New York State Supreme Court was denied last year. However, New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer. the policy has a “disparate impact” on.

Disparate Impact upheld by Supreme Court "Bolstered by this important ruling, the Department of Justice will continue to vigorously enforce the Fair Housing Act with every tool at its disposal — including challenges based on unfair and unacceptable discriminatory effects," — Attorney General Loretta Lynch