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Housing Vouchers

The Fifth Circuit ruled the City of Austin does not have standing to proceed with its suit against Texas’ attorney general relating to a state statute that invalidated the city’s housing ordinance prohibiting landlords from refusing to rent to tenants who pay with federal housing vouchers.

NEW ORLEANS – The Fifth Circuit ruled the city of Austin does not have standing to proceed with its suit against Texas’ attorney general relating to a state statute that invalidated the city’s housing ordinance prohibiting landlords from refusing to rent to tenants who pay with federal housing vouchers.

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