- v. present participle of redline.
“The new "redlining" is not geographic but something qualitatively similar, and no less invidious against non-corporate entities.”
“The corporation chartered by the government to combat redlining is itself redlining?!?”
“The practice became known as redlining because red lines were drawn around neighborhoods of color to mark them as high risk.”
“On the other hand, if the problem were really analogous to state regulation of insurance, I'd expect there to be some "redlining" - localities or states that modular home makers do not serve because their regulations are unusually onerous.”
“In the 1970s, when community groups discovered that lenders and the FHA were engaged in systematic racial discrimination against minority consumers and neighborhoods -- a practice called "redlining" -- they mobilized and got Congress, led by Wisconsin Senator William Proxmire, to adopt the Community Reinvestment Act and the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act, which together have significantly reduced racial disparities in lending.”
“It also outlaws "redlining" - the banking practice of drawing a figurative "red line" around specific geographic areas in which they are not prepared to lend money.”
“While past lending discrimination cases primarily focused on "redlining" - a bank's refusal to lend to qualified borrowers in minority areas - the new push will instead center on a more recent phenomenon critics have called "reverse redlining.”
“Although the act was adopted to prevent "redlining" - the practice of refusing loans to otherwise qualified borrowers in low-income areas-it also contained language that included small business, agriculture, and similar groups among the interests that had to be served.”
“In the 1980s, groups such as the activists at ACORN began pushing charges of "redlining" - claims that banks discriminated against minorities in mortgage lending.”
“Many of these neighborhoods had historically been subject to "redlining" - the practice of designating specific lower-income or minority neighborhoods as off-limits for credit.”
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