HUD: Miami Service Agency Discriminated Against Disabled Vet

May 31, 2010
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HUD has charged a nonprofit community service agency in Miami with violating the Fair Housing Act by refusing to make one of its units accessible for a disabled veteran. The charges were filed against the Urban League Housing Corporation of Greater Miami, its president, and a management company.

The charges have come as a shock to the community, where, according to the Miami NewTimes, the Urban League has been instrumental in desegregating public housing and reinforcing Miami's Fair Housing Ordinance.

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