Ineligible for constitutional fair housing protectionW. Va. Code § 5-11A-8 »
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21 U.S.C. 802
W. Va. Code § 5-11A-2
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Number of consequences: 1
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2018 legislative session and all 2018 regulatory rulemaking
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Housing benefits & programs
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Housing & residency
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