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Finding Common Ground on Rent Control

Rent Control Paper PDFThis brief proposes two policy ideas aimed at protecting the state’s renters and creating more long-term affordability without reducing the overall supply of rental housing. The brief is intended to stimulate new conversations on alternative paths forward on rent control in California.

Release Date: May 2018

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