Nearly $1.2 million in federal funding will be spent combating housing discrimination through new grants awarded to Michigan fair housing organizations.
According to excperts from the article:
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development on Thursday announced four Michigan organizations were among 95 agencies in 38 states to receive a total of $38.3 million in grants.
The money will help the organizations investigate and test alleged housing discrimination and educate housing providers, local governments and potential victims about the Fair Housing Act, according to HUD.
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