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Savannah Police Suspend Its Discriminatory ‘Crime Free Housing Program’

The city’s program barred landlords from renting to people who have a criminal history, regardless of the circumstances. Let’s say there’s a 65-year-old man looking for an apartment to rent. Do you think the fact that he was convicted of three misdemeanors as a teenager is relevant to whether he’ll be a good tenant? Is it relevant that a young parent has a warrant out for her arrest beca
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