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  • November 14th 2014

    Christie Administration Files Brief at Supreme Court on Failure to Adopt Fair Housing Rules

    Posted by Laura Denker

    Christie Administration Files Brief at Supreme Court on Failure to Adopt Fair Housing Rules
    Brief Does Not Provide Any Path Forward for Fair Housing in New Jersey

    Late yesterday, the Attorney General’s office filed a brief at the Supreme Court in response to Fair Share Housing Center’s Motion to Enforce Litigant’s Rights, which asks the Court to respond to the Christie Administration’s failure to meet the October 22 deadline set by the Court for adopting new rules to implement the New Jersey Fair Housing Act.  (more)

  • November 12th 2014

    FinishthejobNJ.org and the New Jersey Organizing Project are meeting this Sunday Nov. 16 at 3:30 p.m

    Posted by Kevin Walsh

    Take action to get the RREM disaster fixed!

    FinishthejobNJ.org and the New Jersey Organizing Project are meeting this Sunday Nov. 16 at 3:30 p.m. in Little Egg Harbor at John & Sonia’s Luncheonette.

    FSHC representatives will be there.

    Details below. (more)

  • November 1st 2014

    Rev. Eric Dobson to speak re Matthew 25 call to “clothe the naked”  on 11/6 at Resurrection School

    Posted by Kevin Walsh

    Rev. Eric Dobson from the Fair Share Housing Center, New Jersey’s only public-interested organization devoted to protecting affordable housing rights by defending the Mt. Laurel Doctrine, will facilitate a conversation about why housing is a human right. Thursday, November 6 | 7:00 pm | Resurrection School - 402 N. Kings Highway, Cherry Hill, NJ. Download an information flyer here. (more)

  • October 31st 2014

    Fair Share Housing Center asks Supreme Court to End Christie Administration’s Delays of Fair Housing

    Posted by Kevin Walsh

    Today, Fair Share Housing Center (FSHC) filed a Motion to Enforce Litigants’ Rights at the New Jersey Supreme Court in response to the Council on Affordable Housing (COAH)’s failure earlier this month to adopt new rules to implement the New Jersey Fair Housing Act. The motion asks the Court to find that because the Christie Administration has failed to follow the Court’s orders, trial courts rather than COAH will be responsible for implementing the Fair Housing Act. (more)

  • October 29th 2014

    Two Years After Sandy, Recovery Still Too Far Off For Many

    Posted by Laura Denker

    Two Years After Sandy, Recovery Still Too Far Off For Many

    Anniversary Should Lead to Renewed Focus on Getting Funds Out, Fairness, and Transparency

    Two years after Sandy devastated communities from the Shore to the Meadowlands, the vast majority of federal housing recovery dollars remain unspent, and thousands of New Jerseyans are left wondering when they will get back home. (more)