Official housing discrimination complaints have been filed with the federal Fair Housing Administration. Del. Impallaria is working with the constituents who filed them, and the complaints are moving forward. Dels. Impallaria and Pat McDonough have had a 181-page federal lawsuit filed against them, charging them with holding up building permits and anti-Muslim discrimination. In reality, state delegates have no power to hold up county permits. They oppose the project because it is a clear violation of the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1967. The only action they have taken is to hold town hall meetings, attempting to get answers to constituents’ questions. The Maryland Office of the Attorney General (OAG) has advised them that this is clearly within their capacity as state representatives, and for that reason the OAG has agreed to represent them to ensure that as elected officials their reputations are not tarnished and their ability to perform their duty is not curtailed by a frivolous lawsuit.