Ending Discrimination in Housing


While New York State's laws to prevent discrimination against people with criminal records in employment have existed for decades, there are no protections for people seeking housing, other than housing funded solely by New York State. All other landlords can refuse to rent homes to anyone who has ever been arrested--no matter how minor the offense or how long ago it occurred.

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