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Can WA mend past housing racism?

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Washington state may soon take responsibility for its role in restricting housing rights for Black, Indigenous, Jewish, and people of color before the Fair Housing Act of 1968.

If passed, House bill 1474 would provide loans to people and their descendants previously affected by Washington’s restrictive housing laws. KUOW reporter Joshua McNichols is here to tell us about the bill.

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