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Fair Housing: HUD's Implementation of the Fair Housing Act's Accessibility Provisions
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You asked us to provide information on (1) the organizations involved in administering fair housing programs and (2) the primary fair housing functions of those organizations. You also asked us to focus on activities related to the accessibility requirements, which include providing wheelchair access to common areas and within units by widening doors and hallways, modifying kitchens and bathrooms, and relocating electrical outlets and light switches. This report summarizes the information we provided to your staff at a briefing on June 15, 2000. The slides used for that briefing appear as enclosure I. (Author)
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