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Like a lot of things in Gary, Indiana, the Housing Authority was “troubled.” So troubled, the feds took it over. The Housing Authority received big money from the feds, and was required to agree to an annual contribution agreement,
Continue Reading Indiana App: Even When Federal Agency Steps Into The Shoes Of A Local Redevelopment Agency, It Has To Follow Local Rules

“This year, the Northwestern University Law Review presents a symposium on property and inequality, which brings together scholars of legal history, property, tax, land use, fair housing, environmental law, natural resources and water rights, family law, education, and constitutional law,
Continue Reading Still Time To Sign Up For Northwestern L. Rev.'s Symposium: "Reimagining Property Rights in the Era of Inequality" (Friday, Nov. 12, 2021)