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Jen Perelman For Congress Apr 25
How is everyone paying rent & utilities in 5 days? We still do not have for front line & essential workers. We still do not have a . We still do not have a . Can’t our elected officials PRETEND to care?
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Kshama Sawant Apr 16
We won our demand for a ! This is Incredible proof of the power we have as workers & renters when we organize & fight. Especially great announced DURING our Rent Strike Town Hall. Now Lets win a suspension of rent & mortgage payments!
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Jheanelle Wilkins May 11
Great news! So glad to see the Baltimore City Council pass a bill and vote down a weakening amendment. Every resident in the state should have this protection, and we must keep working until this is in effect statewide.
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Mel For Progress🌹🇵🇭🇵🇷 Apr 28
Rent is due in two days for millions who can't pay it because of . In four phases of "stimulus" Congress has passed no and only one small check for working people. They did however to pass $4 Trillion in Wall Street relief. There's money...just not for you.
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Eviction Defense Collaborative SF Apr 24
PSA for San Francisco tenants: if your rent was due on April 1st and you were unable to pay because of COVID you need to tell your landlord in writing no later than April 30th. ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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🌹Tanbir Chowdhury🌹 Apr 27
New York State was so quick to cancel a damn election, but can’t cancel rent for even a month, when millions of New Yorkers are now unemployed and struggling. Glad to see he has his priorities straight😡
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Frangela Mar 30
“If people can’t pay they can’t pay.”That is some brilliant truth & 🙏🏿Could u tell our landlord? They sent an email not 2 check on us, not 2 offer help, but 2 make sure we hadn’t somehow forgotten who 2 make our rent checks out to today👍🏾😜
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Mike Connolly May 1
Today is May 1st — the second "rent day" since the emergency started in Massachusetts. Now that we have an in place, I'm drafting legislation to guarantee housing stability for at least one year after the crisis ends.
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💧🌈 Gary Rockliff♿☮️ Apr 8
So why isn't pausing residential rents? Why is allowing tenants to be evicted? I wonder what it could be? Australia's 226 federal politicians own a staggering 524 properties (via
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Downballot Progressives🌹🏳️‍🌈 Apr 1
My State Rep is a true local leader, especially when it comes to housing affordability. Sign the petition to support in
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Paul Newell 紐保羅 Apr 25
This is absolutely f**king insane. Landlord costs are down. Oil is literally the cheapest in history. Capital is almost free. Valuations & taxes will be down. Meanwhile unemployment is huge & TENANT INCOMES HAVE CRASHED. is the starting point. We need a .
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RootsAction Apr 3
Bernie Sanders is calling for: 💥Keeping workers on payroll 💥Using Medicare to eliminate health care costs 💥$2,000 monthly payments 💥Hazard pay for front line workers 💥$600 billion in aid to states + cities 💥 and
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Dublin Renters Union Apr 2
Have You Asked Your Landlord for Rent Relief? ⁦⁩ is working on an article about renters trying to get rent relief during this crisis. If you'd be willing to participate ✏️(questionnaire)
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Andre Vasquez, Political Account 🌹 Apr 2
The rent problem isn’t a ‘renter vs landlord’ problem. It is a ‘banks vs all of us’ problem.
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Ottawa ACORN Apr 24
ACORN members getting through to Minister Steve Clark's office !
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Jheanelle Wilkins Apr 23
UPDATE: Unfortunately, an amendment was introduced to MoCo bill 18-20 that allows rent increases up to 2.6%. The bill passed with this amendment. In this time of crisis, I'm personally disappointed in the outcome of this bill.
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Neighbors for Affordable Housing May 16
Those in power are working hard to waive the rent for big corporations. Why aren’t they doing the same for regular people?
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Rory Steel May 20
SNP being given second chance to protect (some) tenants today with a . Not supporting the amendments is unjustifiable. Renters and members are rightly angry about the decision to allow landlords to further profit from tenants during the pandemic. We need .
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Oksana Apr 15
RGB meeting schedule is here: Public hearings are on April 23rd, 30th & May 5th. Preliminary vote is on May 7. for NYC's rent regulated tenants please.
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SoapBox PO May 10
During crisis & beyond, we demand a ! Get a glimpse of last Thursday's mass caravan action w/ various groups & individuals from across the city into downtown Let’s not go back to normal.
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