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ACCE Sep 11
Today we made HISTORY!!! Just now, the CA legislature passed the Tenant Protection Act of 2019 and is on its way to desk to be signed! expands protections to 7 million tenants, covering more renters than any single tenant protection bill in recent US history!
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Jeffrey Walizer Jr Sep 11
Saw and immediately thought Antonio Brown fucked up again
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Tim Grayson Sep 11
Today we finally made it clear that Californians who rent are no less deserving of having a stable roof over their head
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Jordan Sep 11
when u click on this hashtag and think antonio brown automatically
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thizzlaine macwell🌹 Sep 11
hey did you like ? did you know that a ton of CA cities are campaigning for even stronger and more permanent protections and might have ballot campaigns next year?? get involved!! we gotta lot of work to do!!
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California YIMBY Sep 11
🎉 is heading to the Governor's desk after passing the Assembly for the final time 🎉 A huge congrats is in order for caps rent increases at a maximum of 5% per year (+ inflation) and protects renters from unjust evictions.
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DSA-LA 🌹 Sep 11
Replying to @DSA_LosAngeles
No, we’re not totally satisfied with . And yes, we’re going to keep fighting for tenants rights. But this is a step in the right direction, and is a direct result of our movement’s work in forcing our representatives to take action.🌹
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Brett Banditelli Sep 11
Guess the government should just build affordable housing 🤷‍♂️
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Curbed LA Sep 11
The state Assembly just approved , and California is now on the verge of having statewide rent control.
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Buffy Wicks Sep 11
Historic day! We got across the finish line—sending a bill bringing protections to millions of CA renters. Yes, I’m a fierce advocate for bldg more homes—but I also strongly believe in protecting against displacement & unfair eviction. We can—& must—do both!
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Nancy Skinner Sep 10
Zillow research: homelessness climbs fast when % of income spent on rent goes above 22%. When rent affordability hits 32%, homelessness rises rapidly. Now SF renters average 60% of income, San Jose 41.7%, Oakland 44.7%. Not much better elsewhere in California. We need
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Liam Dillon Sep 11
Replying to @dillonliam
That’s it. 46-22 rent cap passes
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Glas Sep 11
When is trending so you assume 1482 women came out and said they got sexually assaulted by him
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Sacramento DSA Sep 11
A VICTORY FOR RENTERS! THE KEEP FAMILIES HOME BILL AB 1482 PASSES THE ASSEMBLY!
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Nancy Skinner Sep 10
Awesome! The California Senate just approved , a landmark tenant-protections bill that establishes a statewide rent cap and bans evictions without just cause!
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René #rentcontrolnow Sep 11
So passed in the California State Assembly. The bill is a huge step in the right direction. It is also not enough.
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Brett Banditelli Sep 10
old man on California Senate floor defending the landlords so they could retire because they "built a little bit of savings so they could buy afew dwelling units". The average housing unit cost in California is $443,400
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Sasha Perigo Sep 10
The entire concept of "mom and pop landlords" is laughable. Friendly reminder that all of these people own *two homes*, while the tenants they're fighting to evict with impunity risk being homeless without their rental units... Support !
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Ground Game LA 👞👢 Sep 10
Movement wins today: 🎉 passes the CA senate! 🚀 BoS makes rent control permanent in unincorporated LA county! 🌅 LADWP moves forward on a major solar project! 🐉 LA Controller and Podshare ratioed into the earth by the whole internet 🙃
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Buffy Wicks Sep 11
strikes a fair balance, protecting tenants from the most egregious of rent increases & unfair evictions. It was such a pleasure working w/, , , & to get this done — now let's pass some measures helping us build more homes!
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