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Sam Wilson: Found a place in Brookyln yet? Steve Rogers/Captain America: I don't think I can afford a place in Brooklyn. NYC is a very in-demand market, with many apartment-seekers being out-of-state dreamers, or local residents who have realistically been priced out of their own town by gentrification. This demand overloads landlords - ties up a lot of ...


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This is legal. Discrimination, under US federal and state law, is only illegal if it is on the basis of one or more specific, enumerated protected characteristics (such as race, sex, religion, national origin, etc). Additionally, Havard's demographics vs the general population's is not the correct test to use, because they are not hiring from the general ...


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That’s legal The New York Human Rights Law prohibits discrimination on the basis of “age, race, creed, color, national origin, sexual orientation, military status, sex, marital status or disability”. Federal law prevents employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), national ...


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Yes Businesses (and consumers) can choose who to do business with and what information they ask for and disclose and when they do that. If you’re uncomfortable with how they do business, don’t deal with them. If they don’t like how you do business, they are free not to deal with you. This is called discrimination. However, it is not unlawful because only ...


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Usually, it is the county where the decedent was domiciled at death. Domicile is where someone resided with an intent to remain at the location indefinitely. For someone who just moved into a new house or apartment, a change in domicile could arise in as little as one day, there isn't a fixed number of days of residency requirement. It doesn't have a ...


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