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Communities need to dismantle exclusionary barriers and rebalance spending to invest more equitably across neighborhoods.
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Data show the severity and duration of distress may be longer for households of color, and programs should consider the need for additional time for recovery
It negates the considerable federal investments made to roll out the 2015 rule and ignores evidence of ongoing racial discrimination, residential segregation, and barriers to opportunity in the US.
Understanding both the opportunities and challenges created by technological advancements is critical to ensuring these changes don't leave some people behind.
In a recent decision, the Supreme Court held that cities can sue lenders for predatory lending practices.
A proposed bill to protect local decisionmaking could end up limiting access to federal data used by local governments to make informed decisions.

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