HUD: Not Renting to Convicted Felons is Racist Act of DiscriminationChris Menahan
Apr. 11, 2016
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According to the Department of Housing and Urban Development's new guidelines under Obama, not renting to convicted felons is a racist act of discrimination.
From The Boston Globe:
You’re a private landlord, renting apartments in a building you bought with your savings from years of hard work and modest living. You take pride in maintaining your property, keeping it clean, comfortable, and attractive. You charge a fair rent and treat your tenants with courtesy and respect. Your tenants, in turn, appreciate the care you put into the building. And they trust you to screen prospective tenants wisely, accepting only residents who won’t jeopardize the building’s safe and neighborly character. That’s why you only consider applications from individuals who are employed or in school, whose credit scores are strong, and who have no criminal record.If you don't want to rent your hard earned property out to convicted felons, you're a racist and a criminal.
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