“Clovis didn’t get to be 70% white by accident,” said Patience Milrod, executive director of CCLS. “In many ways, because race and income are so linked, when Clovis says, ‘Hey, we’re going to zone in a way that only rich people can afford to live here,’ they are zoning in a way that only white people can live here. They cannot claim ignorance of that linkage.”
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