In the last of its landmark civil rights laws, Congress passed the Fair Housing Act in 1968 to prevent African-Americans from being blocked from getting mortgages in white neighborhoods or from getting less favorable mortgage rates. Almost a half century later, Miami is asking the Supreme Court to decide whether major banks should pay the city millions of dollars in damages for financial harm it claims to have suffered because of predatory loans to minority borrowers.

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