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Lawmakers consider regulations for ‘sober houses’ (Meriden Record-Journal, February 22, 2017)
Bridgeport foreclosures stay stubbornly high (Connecticut Post, February 16, 2017)
Coalition Gearing Up to Defend Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (WSHU, February 8, 2017)
Erin Kemple Interviewed About Housing Discrimination on Our Lives (News 12 CT, January 14, 2017)
Statement from the Center on Recent Hate Crimes in Connecticut (January 18, 2017)
Lawsuit: Fannie Mae neglects foreclosures in minority communities (Hartford Business Journal, December 6, 2016)
Ben Carson called new housing laws ‘social engineering.’ That worries fair housing advocates. (Yahoo! News, December 6, 2016)
Norwalk takes aim at housing discrimination (The Hour, November 23, 2016)
New Haven agencies working to serve homeless LGBTQ youth find safe housing (New Haven Register, November 12, 2016)
Jeff Gentes Interviewed About Foreclosure Prevention Assistance on Our Lives (News 12 CT, November 5, 2016)
CitiMortgage Sued Over Foreclosure Violations (Connecticut Law Tribune, October 7, 2016)
How Mansfield Shut Out Section 8 Applicant (Hartford Courant, September 22, 2016)
“Code Words” Lead to Big Settlement in Housing Case (Hartford Courant, September 16, 2016)
New CT Rules cover payday lenders, debt collectors, export financing (Hartford Business Journal, September 12, 2016)
Harbor Point Settlement Agrees to $40,000 Settlement over Racial Discrimination Accusations (Stamford Advocate, June 22, 2016)
Yale Finds Itself on Both Sides of Employee’s Fight for a Home (Bloomberg, June 8, 2016)
Affordable Housing for the Disabled Questioned (FOX 61, May 23, 2016)
Tax Liens: What Are They and Why Do They Matter? (WNPR / Where We Live, April 21, 2016)
Fair Housing: Informed Renters are Empowered Renters (Tenant Talk, pg. 7, Winter-Spring 2016, by National Low Income Housing Coalition)
What Redlining Did to Connecticut’s Most Impoverished Neighborhoods (WNPR, April 19, 2016)
Tax Liens Sales in Connecticut Often Target the Most Financially Vulnerable (WNPR, February 24, 2016)
Connecticut high court upholds bifurcated mortgage filing fees (Hartford Business Journal, February 29, 2016)
Middletown Zoning Board asked to waive sober house hearing (The Middletown Press, February 8, 2016)renters rights, landlord rights, fair housing, eviction, fair housing laws, stop foreclosure
Housing Case Irks Landlord Advocate (Waterbury Republican-American, January 26, 2016)
Arcadia Crossing Development Approved (West Hartford Press, January 14, 2016)
Real Estate Firm that Enforced No-Children Rule Settles Discrimination Claim (Connecticut Law Tribune, January 12, 2016)
In Connecticut, Housing is a Double-Edged Sword (WNPR/Where We Live, December 22, 2015)
Montville housing discrimination case involving family with child settled for $65K (Norwich Bulletin, December 18, 2015)
The Power and Pain of Zoning Regulations in Connecticut (WNPRDecember 14, 2015)
Trashed House: How a Mortgage Mistake Cost A Family Everything (WTNHDecember 11, 2015)
Suib seeks $93K to launch ‘housing discrimination testing program’ (The Hour, November 23, 2015)
A Fair Housing Tour of Hartford- A look into the past to help us prepare for the future (Partnership for Strong CommunitiesOctober 20, 2015)
Owner of Northwest Side apartment complex settles fair-housing complaint (The Columbus Dispatch, September 9, 2015)
Discrimination Lives On In Real Estate (Hartford Courant, August 6, 2015)
Bus tour gives decision makers better view of Hartford’s housing challenges (Hartford Courant, May 7, 2015)
Yale Law School Clinic, Connecticut Fair Housing Center Seek Relief for Homeowners Burdened with Underwater Second Mortgages (Yale News, March 23, 2015)
Reverse Mortgage Headache Has Retiree Scrambling  (Connecticut Post, February 20, 2015)

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