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Indianapolis housing Agency hires law firm to investigate usage of homophobic slur against leader

As directed by the mayor
Posted: 8:19 PM, Aug 13, 2019
Updated: 2019-08-13 20:19:15-04

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Housing Agency has hired a law firm to investigate a homophobic slur used against the agency's leader.

At the direction of the mayor, the IHA board voted on Tuesday to launch an independent investigation of the incident.

Rod Morgan, who chairs the Insight Board, the not-for-profit arm of the IHA, is accused of using a derogatory slur against the executive director of the IHA, John Hall.

The Taft Law Firm in Indianapolis will lead the investigation.

READ | Mayor calls for homophobic slur investigation at Indianapolis Housing Agency |