What are “Federal Fair Housing” regulations?

The Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968, amended in 1988, protects individuals with disabilities from discrimination including selling, renting, or to deny a dwelling to a buyer or renter because of the disability of that individual, an individual associated with the buyer or renter, or an individual who intends to live in the residence.  Other covered activities include, for example, financing, zoning practices, new construction design, and advertising.  (from www.ada.gov)