Part I of this Comment analyzes the substantive changes in the Act. These substantive changes significantly extend the scope of the protection against discriminatory practices. These changes mirror those in the recently amended Federal Fair Housing Act (Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968). Substantively, the Acts are now virtually identical. There are, however, some differences of which the practitioner should be aware. Part II discusses the procedural implications of the new State Act. How the State and Federal Acts and agencies function together in enforcement procedures is the primary focus of Part II.



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