Open-Housing Debate: Define Racism

by New Haven Independent

New Haven Independent— Can a town’s laws be racist even if they do not explicitly state: “No Blacks Allowed”? That question emerged at the latest public hearing over whether to change zoning, and boost affordable housing, in New Haven’s leafy neighbor to the west.

TheHill—House panel to dive into misinformation debate. House lawmakers on Wednesday will examine the role misinformation on cable news played in the Jan. 6 insurrection in a hearing that will test the boundaries between congressional oversight, regulation and issues of censor

New Haven Independent—Housing Authority Expansion Debate Heats Up. A New Haven-backed state bill seeking to let public housing authorities develop properties in neighboring towns provoked a flood of suburban pushback, all rallying around the local control cry of: Don’t build on me.—House defers plenary debates on Cha-cha. The House of Representatives has deferred by a week its deliberations on the Resolution of Both Houses 2, which seeks to amend restrictive economic provisions in the 1987 Constitution.