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July 10, 2006
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U.S. officials charged a real-estate company in New Jersey of violating the Fair Housing Act in favor of Jewish families. The Department of Housing and Urban Development alleges that Triple H. Realty of Lakewood, N.J., kept minority residents out of the nicer parts of a housing complex, provided them with poorer maintenance and subjected them to rules not applied to the Jewish residents.

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