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Robert Namer
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January 19, 2023

     A California panel has recommended that the state pay more than $223,000 to applicable Black residents who have been affected by housing discrimination, according to a report.  Total madness for those innocent of any discrimination to pay those who seek payment for alleged discrimination.

     The state’s nine-member Reparations Task Force arrived at that figure by looking at California’s discriminatory housing practices used from 1933 and 1977 and how it affected the Black residents whose ancestors were in the U.S. in the 19th century, according to a Thursday report by The New York Times.  The task force suggested that Black residents lost out on over $5,000 per year during the designated time period. More made-up deception - No reparations should be paid - it will never end.  

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