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Thursday, December 22, 2011

Saint Paul/ Fair housing lawsuit update

Wed., Feb. 29:
10-1032 — Magner v . Gallagher — application of federal Fair Housing Act to claims of “disparate impact” of city housing code enforcement on minority tenants
Plaintiffs hire veteran Supreme court attorney Tom Goldstein founder of SCOTUS blog.
More on Tom Goldstein
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9 Comments:

Anonymous FantasySCOTUS said...

Total Numer of Predictions: 20
Votes to Affirm: 17
Votes to Reverse: 3
Percent Affirm: 85.00%
Percent Reverse: 15.00%
FantasySCOTUS Prediction: Affirm
Outcome: n/a

8:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The city fightin with the wrong people.

1:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The city government has created fantasy island with all their lies and distortions. Now they are going to find it's time for a reality check. Go Landlords!!!

Bob G.

5:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What is the latest on this lawsuit?

9:00 AM  
Blogger Bob said...

Chuck & Eric, the troops are standing on Daytons Bluff looking down at city hall. Citizens violated by rogue housing code policies are planning their strategy of attack and it looks real bad for the city.

Assistant city attorney Seeba will be over whelmed by Goldstein with his Stanford and Harvard law students. Among others I wouldn't be surprised if the ACLU joins the landlords calvary.


From the website;

And because a principal purpose of the firm’s pro bono work is to provide high-quality educational opportunities for the students at Stanford and Harvard

You sure have been quiet Eric. Can't say that I blame you after everything you've said here for years. Politically active educated blacks like yourself and city councilman Melvin Carter have known the impact of Saint Paul's housing policy's for years and yet you sided with institutional racist within city government. Of coarse there is many other black community leaders who sat on their lips and blew nothing but gas. All of you are complicit in this disparate impact scheme.

I am told Goldstein has a history of representing those who are not willing to settle out of court. There is no turning back now, it appears an all out fight is about to go down in history.

The question is, what will the irresponsible housing policy's of past and present administrations cost the tax payers? And what if any retributions will be made to our minority communities?

2:32 PM  
Blogger Bob said...

9:00, the latest news is the plaintiffs in the fair housing lawsuit hired a powerful respected supreme court litigation attorney. Check out the links.

2:37 PM  
Blogger a victim of gallagher/collins said...

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9:36 AM  
Blogger Bob said...

9:36, I am not going to allow character assassination here without evidence to back it up. Send me the evidence, use your name and you can say what you will.

I won't be put in a position in which I could be held liable.

2:23 PM  
Blogger W. Home said...

Fighting over fair housing is a good sign that there are a lot of people really wanting to have a fair housing and no discrimination at all to anyone without exception.

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4:18 AM  

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