Federal Fair Housing Act.
The Federal Fair Housing Act, passed in 1968 and amended in 1988, prohibits the discrimination in housing on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, familial status and disability. The Fair Housing Act covers most types of housing including rental housing, home sales, mortgage and home improvement lending, land use and zoning. There are exclusions and this is only a very general description of the Act. The full text can be viewed at :Fair Housing Act
State Fair Housing Law.
New Mexico passed the New Mexico Human rights Act in 1969 which prohibits discrimination in the rental,assignment, lease and sublease of housing. In addition, the NMHRA prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, religion, color ,national origin, sex, physical and mental handicap, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity, and spousal affiliation. Claims alleging violations of this Act should be filed with the State Human Rights Office (see Resources and Contacts for information). The full Act can be viewed at:
Also there is a fact sheet:NMHRA Fact Sheet
City of Santa Fe
: The City of Santa Fe has a Fair Housing Ordinance that prohibits discrimination in housing based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, familial status and disability. The full text of the Ordinance can be viewed at:Fair Housing Ordinance