Brian Gilmore

Supervising Attorney for the Fair Housing Clinic, Howard University School of Law

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Supervising attorney for the Fair Housing Clinic at Howard University School of Law

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New York's Westchester County was sued for defrauding the federal government by misrepresenting its efforts to comply with conditions mandated for housing assistance.

Affirmative Action in Housing in Westchester County

New York's Westchester County was sued for defrauding the federal government by misrepresenting its efforts to comply with conditions mandated for housing assistance.

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New York's Westchester County was sued for defrauding the federal government by misrepresenting its efforts to comply with conditions mandated for housing assistance.

Affirmative Action in Housing in Westchester County

New York's Westchester County was sued for defrauding the federal government by misrepresenting its efforts to comply with conditions mandated for housing assistance.

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