Suit alleges discrimination in manufa...

Suit alleges discrimination in manufactured housing ordinance

In the 72-page complaint, filed by attorneys Phil Telfeyan and Marisa Hatton of the Washington, DC-based Equal Justice Under Law, Beverly Kilpatrick, Veneda Marshall, Robert Marshall, Becky Altom and Jonathan Jarvis allege that the ordinance is harmful. "This case is about the city of Newark's discriminating against some of Independence County's poorest residents simply because they are too impoverished to afford an expensive home.

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