Impact of Town’s Urban Renewal on Minorities Before High Court

, New Jersey Law Journal

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The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case testing whether a town redevelopment plan’s alleged disparate impact on minorities forms a prima facie claim under the federal Fair Housing Act.

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Originally appeared in print as Impact of Town's Urban Renewal On Minorities Is Before Top Court

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