HUD’s ‘Disparate Impact’ Rule Now In Final Stage

HUD’s attempt to deflect fallout from the application of its Disparate Impact rule is now in the final stages of a rewrite to dilute its effectiveness. HUD has sent its changes to the Office of Management & Budget for review. The February 2013 rule established standards under the umbrella of the 1968 Fair Housing Act for the application of disparate impact, which holds that a housing practice can have a discriminatory effect even if there was no apparent intent to discriminate. The rule was intended to be the linchpin in a trinity of rules designed to close all loopholes in the enforcement of fair housing violations of the 1968 law and its succeeding amendments and regulatory [...]

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