NewsLocal News / January 10, 2020

Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana Releases Its First Data Set On Indiana Complaints

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Amy Nelson, executive director,  Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana. - Taylor Bennett/WFYI

Amy Nelson, executive director, Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana.

Taylor Bennett/WFYI

The federal Fair Housing Act protects people from housing discrimination –- for characteristics including race, disability and national origin. The Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana has released its first data set on complaints filled in the state.

WFYI’s Taylor Bennett spoke with Executive Director Amy Nelson about the new report -- called The State of Fair Housing in Indiana -- that complies data from the past 18 years.

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