A retired pastor who was threatened with eviction for holding a Bible study in his apartment has filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Ken Hauge’s legal counsel with the First Liberty Institute submitted a letter to Joseph J. DeFelice of the Philadelphia regional office for HUD asking him to investigate and “take all appropriate action.”
The issue is Hauge’s eviction by the Evergreens at Smith Run of Fredericksburg, Virginia, for holding Bible study that allegedly “violates his lease.”
A WND message left with Evergreens did not generate a response.
Hauge’s lawyers argue the eviction violates the federal Fair [READ MORE HERE]