Record settlement in Florida housing bias case

June 1996
Jet;06/17/96, Vol. 90 Issue 5, p40
Reports on the agreement made by owner Lola Jacobson and manager Eva Feinstein of a Florida apartment complex to settle the lawsuit for alleged refusal to rent to blacks and families with children. terms of the settlement; Other lawsuits filed by the Justice Department.


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