California’s Housing Crisis Is Displacing Renters. What Can Be Done to Protect Them?


California’s Housing Crisis Is Displacing Renters. What Can Be Done to Protect Them?

2019-10-08T10:09:58-07:00October 8th, 2019|Advocacy|

“Tenant protections are essential in a state with poverty rates above the national average, three hour commutes and teachers sleeping in their cars,” said Bay Area political consultant Catherine Lew. “But there are millions of Californians we can’t protect from unfair evictions and massive rent hikes without meaningful, institutionalized reform.”

The Sacramento Bee’s California influencers are almost unanimous in agreeing that the state must be much more aggressive to establish some degree of sanity and stability in the rental market here. But the range of their proposed solutions varies widely.

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