What’s trending in Affordable Housing

May 31, 2017

Affordable Housing Blog

Author(s): Harry J. Kelly, Richard Michael Price

The Trump administration issues its FY2018 budget; new Supreme Court decision widens the class of potential plaintiffs in Fair Housing Act cases. Here’s what’s trending in affordable housing.


The Trump administration issues its FY2018 budget

The Trump administration issued its FY2018 federal budget this morning. As anticipated it is long on cuts, short on funding and likely to face significant opposition. https://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/whitehouse.gov/files/ omb/budget/
fy2018 /budget.pdf
.—Richard Michael Price

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Fair Housing

New Supreme Court decision widens the class of potential plaintiffs in Fair Housing Act cases

The Supreme Court today issued a decision in Bank of America Co. v. City of Miami, that authorizes courts to broadly apply the concept of an “aggrieved party” under the Fair Housing Act, while directing lower courts to examine on remand whether the alleged injuries—including increased foreclosures and reduced tax collections—were proximately caused by the banks’ alleged predatory lending practices. The attached article discusses the decision and its implications.—Harry J. Kelly

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