The U.S. government plans to restore the 2013 rules, which codified decades of legal standards (called “different influences”)
Washington.-Housing Minister Marcia L. Fudge this week hastened the pace of restoring the fair housing regulations destroyed by Donald Trump, which is the most practical measure taken by the Biden administration to date one. “Systemic Racism” was published in the “Washington Post”.
This effort came less than three months after President Biden signed an executive order aimed at enhancing racial equality across the country, which included instructing the Department of Housing and Urban Development to review and overturn actions taken by the Trump administration to undermine fair housing principles.
The Biden administration plans to restore the 2013 rules, which collate decades-long legal standards (called “different influences”), and the 2015 rules, which require communities to identify and eliminate racial integration. Obstacles or risks of capital loss. Issued by the Office of Management and Budget on Tuesday, indicating that the rule has been accepted for review.
These two rules are an integral part of decades of fair housing enforcement, which prohibits discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, gender, family status and disability, which can have far-reaching consequences, civil rights lawyers said. Housing is essential to the Biden administration’s efforts to address racial inequality, including increasing African-American home ownership and increasing renting in communities with more educational and economic opportunities, because your place of residence is related to education and employment. , Health and wealth are closely related.