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What to do if you think you have been discriminated against.
Source: United States Department of Labor

Gives a good step by step procedure for filing a complaint for a violation of the ADA.
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RCW 49.60.230 Complaint may be filed with commission.
Source: Washington State Legislature

Statute section detailing how to file a discrimination complaint including who to file it with and what to include in the complaint.
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Your Rights -- The Tenants Union Help Center: Information for WA Residents -- Fair Housing Laws
Source: The Tenants Union, Washington State

An overview of the fair housing laws in Washington State. Includes information on agencies to contact for further information.
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A Summary of Complaint Processes for INS Detainees
Source: American Bar Association

Overview of the complaint process for those held in INS detention centers.
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Equal Credit Opportunity
Source: Federal Trade Commission

This page outlines what a creditor can and cannot ask you about in reference to obtaining credit, and what a creditor may not consider when they are deciding whether or not to extend credit to you. Towards the bottom of the page, there is contact information for those who feel that they have been discriminated against.
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