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Affordable housing group sues NJ, Rutgers

Affordable housing advocates have sued Gov. Chris Christie's administration and Rutgers University, accusing them of hiding calculations used to determine how much housing each town should provide for lower-income people.

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Council: NJ Needs 110K Affordable Units

New Jersey's Council on Affordable Housing has proposed new regulations for how many homes should be built for lower-income people in each community in the state.

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NJ Gets More Time to Set Affordable Housing Rules

In a ruling that upset affordable housing advocates, New Jersey's highest court on Friday gave Gov. Chris Christie more time to adopt long-delayed requirements for affordable housing in every community.

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NJ Affordable Housing Panel Told to Meet

A New Jersey court on Friday ordered the state Council on Affordable Housing to meet and approve rules dictating how much housing each town must allocate for lower-income people.

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Mount Holly Town Council to Vote on Housing Case Settlement

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Officials in a southern New Jersey town were expected to vote Wednesday evening on a proposed settlement to close a decade-long housing discrimination case just before it heads to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Court Rules New Affordable Housing Rules Needed

A divided New Jersey Supreme Court on Thursday issued its latest ruling in a string of cases on affordable housing that date to the 1970s, ordering the state to rewrite its rules for how many homes for low-income residents each town is responsible for and inviting lawmakers to rethink their approach to the issue.

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Millions in HUD Cash Coming to NJ

Towns and counties in the Garden State will share a piece of a $10.9 million pie being delivered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The federal funding is to be used for affordable housing availability and economic development programs.

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Court: NJ Can Conditionally Take Housing Money

A New Jersey court says the state government can seize money that towns had set aside for affordable housing, but only after following a procedure intended to give the communities due process.

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State’s Bid to Grab Housing Funds Still Delayed

New Jersey's top court won't life an injunction that temporarily bars the state government from seizing towns' affordable housing money until broader legal issues are determined.

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NJ Supreme Court Hears Affordable Housing Arguments

The New Jersey Supreme Court is once again reviewing affordable housing.

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