Housing Discrimination against HUD Voucher holders

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Housing Discrimination against HUD Voucher holders

     DO you think laws to prevent discrimination against HUD renters, currently in 15 states should be applied in Hawaii? 60-80 percent of HUD vouchers go unused because people cannot find anyone to rent to them because they are on HUD, which makes them homeless for even longer. This during an economic downturn and a tight housing rental market in Hawaii.

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We are actually several coalitions. The first one, the Kauai Fair Housing Law Coalition was started by Anne Punohu at her kitchen table in Feburary 2008. We now have a campaign called the HUD OK NOW!! campaign adressing housing discrimination in (more...)
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