This Note attempts to resolve the most significant problems raised by discrimination against children in housing. Part I briefly analyzes the prevalence of child exclusion in different types of housing. It also provides a statistical analysis of the rental housing market to enable the reader to gauge the extent of the problem in one type of housing. Part II discusses policy arguments supporting both those who seek to exclude children and those who advocate government policies forbidding exclusion. Part III then examines the various approaches that states have adopted in this area, as well as federal implications of the issue. Finally, the Note presents a model statute designed to achieve a just accommodation of the interests of all the parties involved in this controversy.
George P. Schober,
Exclusion of Families with Children from Housing,
U. Mich. J. L. Reform
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mjlr/vol18/iss4/11