Fair housing rule needs to be used everywhere, not weakened

Mike’s family moved from Georgia to Hartford in the late 1980’s. Latin Kings, 20 Love, and other gangs were rampant in the city’s housing projects. He lived in the Martin Luther King projects, snuggled between Dutch Point and R.J. Kinsella Elementary School. The school was failing so badly that one dedicated teacher spent her own money to photocopy her text book for her students. When Mike (not his real name) was 8 years old, a distant aunt passed away, leaving her home in Bloomfield unoccupied. His family was able to move out of Hartford.


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