Discrimination Suit Settled in Omaha Housing Bias Case
An Omaha condominium association and its former president have agreed to pay more than $127,000 to settle allegations of discrimination against families with children.
The association and its former president were sued in 2008 and accused of interfering with the sale of one of the units. The lawsuit claimed that the association's rules barred the sale or rental of condos to families with children. The lawsuit also alleged that the former president's conduct constituted a pattern of discrimination.
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