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The Government Just Took a Step Toward Ending Mass Homelessness
by Bryce CovertThink Progress
January 22nd, 2015
The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) will receive funds from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to develop affordable housing. The amount raised, however, will create only a small number of the 5.5 million units needed to house low-income tenants.
ACLU: One-Strike Eviction Law Unfair to Landlords, Tenants
by Michael Rubinkam and Maryclaire DaleWashington Times
January 22nd, 2015
A Pennsylvania town is being sued to stop enforcement of an ordinance that requires tenants be evicted from their apartments for alleged illegal activities, even when the tenant had no knowledge of the activities. The law also bars landlords from re-renting the property in some circumstances.
Who Gets to Live Where?: The Battle Over Affordable Housing
by Lawrence LanahanAljazeera America
January 18th, 2015
The US Supreme Court will hear a case that will decide whether communities can be required to accept affordable housing to prevent the segregation of low-income developments in low-income communities.
Trailers as Affordable Housing: Solution or Bane to the Poor?
by Lane AndersonDeseret News
January 18th, 2015
Large corporate landlords own many of the mobile home communities in the US, and tenants there often cannot move their homes when the rent is increased.
Feeling the Pinch? Local Rent Prices Hit a Record High
by Jeff CollinsOrange County Register
January 16th, 2015
Orange County rents are at a record high, and tenants are having to cut back on other necessities to pay their rent.
California State Treasurer John Chiang Tackles State's Affordable Housing Crisis
Sierra Sun Times
January 15th, 2015
State Treasurer John Chiang will convene a group to look at California's affordable housing crisis.
L.A. City Council Embraces Mayor Eric Garcetti's Quake Retrofit Plan
by Rosanna Xia and Rong-Gong Lin IILos Angeles Times
The Coalition for Economic Survival (CES) is concerned that tenants will have to pay for Mayor Garcetti's earthquake retrofit program, even though the property appreciation will accrue only to landlords.
State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman Probes Landlord Accused of Harassing Tenants with 'Frivolous' Lawsuits
by Greg B. SmithNew York Daily News
January 13th, 2015
A Manhattan landlord is being investigated by New York's Attorney General for harassing rent-controlled tenants. Harassment of tenants in rent-controlled units is a nationwide problem.
U.S. Mayors Fight Homelessness
by Bendix AndersonNational Real Estate Investor
January 13th, 2015
Homelessness increased from 2013 to 2014, and there was a larger increase in the number of homeless families. Three of the surveyed cities were in California.
Koreatown Development Stirs Parking Concerns
by David ZahniserLos Angeles Times
January 12th, 2015
A Koreatown development would increase parking problems there, and would destroy 44 units of rent-controlled housing.
Tenant Legislation to Watch in 2015
by Dean PrestonBeyond Chron
January 12th, 2015
Tenant activists will be working on several issues over the next year, including allocating funds for the renter's rebate and prohibiting discrimination against Section 8 tenants.
Mayor Garcetti's Quake Retrofit Plan Draws Cautious Early Support
by Rosanna Xia and Rong-Gong Lin IILos Angeles Times
January 12th, 2015
Tenant activists in Los Angeles are concerned that a earthquake retrofit plan for concrete buildings will unduly burden tenants.
Public Housing is Dead. Long Live Public Housing!
by Jake BlumgartAljazeera America
January 10th, 2015
Congress has tripled funding for the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program, which would transfer public housing units to the private sector. RAD projects do not serve the poorest tenants, and the housing may not be permanently affordable. At the same time, Congress has cut other affordable housing funding.
There's Really No Argument Against Disparate Impact
by Alan JenkinsRooflines
January 6th, 2015
The US Supreme Court will decide a case that could weaken requirements that all communities provide affordable housing.
Until the UK Introduces Rent Controls, So Many of Us Will Continue to Face Lifetimes of Exploitation
by Alex HiltonThe Independent
January 4th, 2015
A new poll shows that nearly 60% of Britons support rent controls for tenants in private housing. Tenants there lost many rights with the "reforms" of the late 1970s that limited tenants' rights and abandoned construction of social housing.
California's High Housing Costs Drive Out Poor, Middle-Income Workers
by Chris KirkhamLos Angeles Times
January 1st, 2015
California's high housing costs are driving out needed workers.
El Cerrito Studies Rules Protecting Renters
by Rick RadinContra Costa Times
December 31st, 2014
The El Cerrito City Council will discuss passage of just cause eviction protections, and may also discuss rent control as well.
Escalating Rental Housing Costs Hurt Poor, Middle Class
by Lu FeorinoMass Live
December 31st, 2014
Rents have increased so much over the last few years, that rental costs are hurting the middle class, as well as the poor.
After Four Decades of Fair Housing, Segregation Still Rules Milwaukee Streets
by Brendan O'BrienMilwaukee Neighborhood News Service
December 31st, 2014
Many communities use zoning and planning restrictions to avoid fair housing rules, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development has failed to prohibit such practices.
S.F. Housing on the Way, But Not Soon Enough for 2015 Relief
by J.K. DineenSan Francisco Chronicle
December 31st, 2014
About 4,000 housing units will be constructed in San Francisco in 2015, more than half of which will be market rate rentals. Only about 800 units will be affordable units.
Housing Costs for U.S. Renters Climbed $20.6 Billion in 2014
by John GittelsohnStandard Examiner
December 30th, 2014
Tenants paid rent increases of more than $20 billion in 2014, even as incomes remained flat. New rental developments will not reduce rents, as most of the increased production is in luxury units.
Dozens of Montebello Apartment Tenants Without Heat, Hot Water as Cold Weather Sets In
CBS Local (Los Angeles)
December 30th, 2014
Tenants of an apartment complex have been without gas service for a week because of a gas leak at the property.
S.F. Fails to Follow Up After Evictions
by Marisa LagosSan Francisco Chronicle
December 29th, 2014
The City has failed to go after scofflaw landlords who evict tenants in violation of San Francisco ordinances. In addition, penalties don't provide a sufficient deterrent.
Want to Rent in Boston? Get a $50-An-Hour Job
by Katie JohnstonBoston Globe
December 25th, 2014
Boston tenants need to earn $100K a year to afford the median-priced apartment there. Rent control was ended by state initiative in Massachusetts in 1993.
Council Votes to Close Housing Loopholes
by David Mark SimpsonSanta Monica Daily Press
December 25th, 2014
The Santa Monica City Council will work on protections for Section 8 tenants and tenants who are displaced when affordable housing units are demolished.
Oakland Readies for Housing Boom
by Sam LevinEast Bay Express
December 24th, 2014
Oakland is developing new housing, but has not required developers to include much affordable housing.
Rent Board Blanches at Water Rate Pass-Through
by David Mark SimpsonSanta Monica Daily Press
December 24th, 2014
Santa Monica's Rent Board is concerned that passing through drought-related water charges would lead to landlord harassment of rent-controlled tenants.
Eviction of 83-Year-Old Woman Draws Protest
by Hudson SangreeSacramento Bee
December 23rd, 2014
Tenant advocates, including Tenants Together, demonstrated to protest the eviction of an 83-year-old woman from her apartment. Management claims to evict all tenants who receive Section 8 housing subsidies.
Driven Out of Home for Christmas: Meet the Working Families Facing Eviction
by Hannah FearnThe Independent
December 22nd, 2014
Tenants in London are being evicted at a rate of 600 per day, as rents increase there.
City "Hungry" to Challenge Abusive Landlords, City Attorney Says
by Jonathan FriedmanSanta Monica Lookout
December 22nd, 2014
The Santa Monica City Council passed legislation to provide additional protections against harassment. Rising rents have encouraged landlords to harass rent-controlled tenants from their units.
After Suing, Tenant Comes Home to the Brooklyn Apartment She Was Made to Leave
by Julie SatowNew York Times
December 22nd, 2014
A Brooklyn landlord was required to allow a former tenant to move back into an apartment she was forced to vacate when the landlord renovated the property.
Allegedly Ignoring Bedbugs Bites Landlord; Judge Issues Arrest Warrant
by Lisa P. WhiteContra Costa Times
December 22nd, 2014
A landlord who failed to address a bedbug infestation in his rental property has been arrested. Tenants Together organized tenants to pass the law that led to the landlord's arrest.
Highland Park Renters Feel the Squeeze of Gentrification
by Tim LoganLos Angeles Times
December 21st, 2014
Tenants in Highland Park are facing eviction as their neighborhood gentrifies, as many tenants there are not protected by rent control.
Landlords Sue to Block Section 8 Renters
by Mary TumaAustin Chronicle
December 19th, 2014
The City Council in Austin TX voted to prohibit landlords from discriminating against tenants with Section 8 housing vouchers. The local landlord group has sued to overturn the ordinance, and the State Legislature has been asked to pass pre-emption legislation.
Richmond Stumbles Through a Slow-Motion Public Housing Disaster
by Ken BroderAllGov
December 19th, 2014
The worst housing project in the nation, home to low-income senior and disabled tenants, is in Richmond CA. The Housing Authority has been accused of financial irregularities, including the disappearance of new appliances intended for the tenants.
The Big Winner in the Rental Home Shortage: Wall Street
by John Gittelsohn and Heather PerlbergBloomberg News
December 19th, 2014
Wall Street has benefited from the government's decisions to sell off foreclosed houses to investor groups, while providing little funding for affordable housing.
Court Stops North Beach Ellis Eviction
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
December 18th, 2014
A tenant who has lived in North Beach for 40 years has defeated his landlord's attempt to evict him under the Ellis Act.
San Francisco Group Fighting Eviction of 83-Year-Old Sacramento Woman
by Andy FurilloSacramento Bee
December 18th, 2014
Tenants Together is working to prevent the eviction of an 83-year-old woman from her apartment.
Heartless Act During Holidays: 83-Year-Old Woman Facing Eviction
by Steve LargeCBS (Sacramento)
December 17th, 2014
An 83-year-old woman is being evicted from her apartment in Sacramento.
How Landlords Harass Old People
by Steve WishniaThe Indypendent
December 16th, 2014
Older tenants in New York's rent-controlled properties face the same harassment as younger people, but are less able to fight back.
San Jose's Homeless Brace for Another Round of Outdoor Emcampment Evictions
by Matt BiglerKPIX
December 9th, 2014
Homeless campers evicted from The Jungle encampment expect to be evicted from another site on Friday. The City says that establishing a legal camp would be a 'band-aid' solution, but has provided only temporary shelter to some of the earlier evictees.
Florida Tenant Protections Face Alarming Deadline
by Kim MillerPalm Beach Post
December 9th, 2014
The federal Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act will expire at the end of 2014, unless Congress votes to extend the legislation. While California tenants have those protections under state law, many other states have no legislation benefiting tenants in foreclosed properties.
L.A. Mayor Calls for Mandatory Earthquake Retrofitting for Thousands of Buildings
by Rong-Gong Lin II, Rosanna XiaLos Angeles Times
December 8th, 2014
A planned retrofit of vulnerable buildings in Los Angeles could result in rent increases for rent-controlled tenants if the City doesn't prevent the pass-through of the cost of the retrofits.
Few Options for Homeless as San Jose Clears Camp
by Barbara GradyNew York Times
San Jose officials forced the closure of a homeless encampment, even though they were only able to provide emergency housing to some of the residents.
Town of San Anselmo Toughens Rules on Smoking
by Derek WilsonRoss Valley Reporter
December 4th, 2014
San Anselmo will enact a smoking ban in multi-unit buildings that includes e-cigarettes and medical marijuana.
Airbnb Touts Its Economic Benefits as L.A. Leaders Seek to Clamp Down
by Tim LoganLos Angeles Times
December 4th, 2014
Airbnb issued a report showing the economic benefits of tourist rentals to the City. Tenant activists are concerned about the conversion of rental housing to defacto hotels.
Donald Sterling Sued Over Bedbugs
by Matt ReynoldsCourthouse News Service
November 25th, 2014
Donald Sterling, named to TT's Landlord Hall of Shame in 2010 and banned for life from the NBA for racist conduct in 2014, is being sued by an African American tenant for refusing to treat the tenant's apartment for bedbugs.
Budget Like a Freak: The Economic Benefits of Free Legal Aid in Civil Cases
by Ray BresciaHuffington Post
November 24th, 2014
The economists at Freakonomics have determined that it is far more cost-effective for local governments to provide legal assistance to tenants to prevent eviction than to provide shelter and rehouse them after they have been evicted.
Do Rents Really Rise Without Human Intervention?
by Pete DollackCounterPunch
November 21st, 2014
A report on the failure of Prop G and the decision overturning San Francisco's requirement for compensation for tenants evicted as a result of the Ellis Act.
A Push for Legal Aid in Civil Cases Finds Its Advocates
by Erik Eckholm and Ian LovettNew York Times
November 21st, 2014
A pilot project is providing legal services to some tenants in eviction cases.
SRO Tenants' Tales Tell Scary Story
by Jessica KwongSan Francisco Examiner
November 21st, 2014
Tenants in a "tech SRO" are complaining of illegal conditions at the property. The same landlords own another SRO where the former tenants are suing the landlords for illegal eviction.
Formerly Homeless Residents May Face Higher Eviction Rate than Other S.F. Tenants
by Paayal ZaveriSan Francisco Public Press
November 20th, 2014
Local housing groups and mental health service providers are seeking ways to keep formerly homeless tenants from being evicted from supportive housing facilities.
San Jose Enacts Affordable Housing Impact Fee
by Charisse Ma LeBronBeyond Chron
November 20th, 2014
The San Jose City Council has passed legislation that would require developers of market rate projects to provide affordable housing funding.
Ellis Eviction Protest at Rube Goldberg Building
by Eviction Free SFBeyond Chron
November 19th, 2014
Tenants of a San Francisco building are fighting their eviction under the Ellis Act.
New Era Estate: How US Pension Fund Manager Fuels London Rent Rises
by Amelia HillGuardian U.K.
November 19th, 2014
A US pension fund is fueling rent increases in London by purchasing affordable properties and increasing rents. Graphics are reproduced on the original site.
SJ City Council Approves Measure to Make Housing More Affordable in City
by David Louie ABC 7 News
November 18th, 2014
San Jose will impose a development fee to fund affordable housing there.
Ted Gullickson's Memorial Marks Evictions
by Joe Fitzgerald RodriguezSan Francisco Examiner
November 18th, 2014
The San Francisco Tenants Union's Ted Gullickson was remembered at a memorial service this week.
Big Real Estate Loses Key Anti-Tenant Democrats
by Dean PrestonBeyond Chron
November 18th, 2014
TT Executive Director Dean Preston reports on the defeat of anti-tenant Democrats in the November election.
State Among the Worst on Issue of Child Homelessness, Report Says
by Heather KnightSan Francisco Chronicle
November 17th, 2014
California is outranked only by Mississippi and Alabama in the percentage of children who are homeless.
New Report: Child Homelessness on the Rise in US
by David Crary and Lisa LeffAssociated Press
November 17th, 2014
Millions of children were homeless at some point during 2013, and one-fifth of those children live in California.
Renters Offer Their Stories at Community Forum
by Dave BoitanoThe Alamedan
November 13th, 2014
Tenants in Alameda reported on the high rents they are being forced to pay.
SRO Fire Displacees Sue "Tech Coop"
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
November 13th, 2014
Displaced tenants are suing a landlord who re-rented their units illegally.
HUD's Privatization Scheme May Herald End of Public Housing
by Rebecca BurnsAljazeera America
November 13th, 2014
The Department of Housing and Urban Development is allowing real estate developers to take over the best publicly-subsidized housing.
Former Tenants Sue After SRO Housing Made Into Group Apartments
by Jessica KwongSan Francisco Examiner
November 13th, 2014
Tenants of a single-room occupancy hotel in San Francisco are suing their former landlord, after he leased the rooms they were supposed to re-occupy were leased to a tech co-op. The landlord received a $100,000 loan from the City to make repairs to the building.
Mary Phillips, 98-Years Old, Stops Ellis Eviction
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
November 12th, 2014
Mary Phillips has won the right to stay in her rent-controlled apartment for the rest of her life.
Galt Motel Residents Fight Evictions
by Carlos SaucedoKXTV News10
November 12th, 2014
Tenants at a residential motel in Galt are fighting attempts by the City to evict them. The City cites conditions at the motel as the reason for eviction, but has not provided the tenants with sufficient time to find new housing.
S.F. Affordable Housing Advocates Dig In for Next Battle
by J.K. DineenSan Francisco Chronicle
November 7th, 2014
Supporters of Proposition G, the anti-speculation ordinance that was defeated in the November election, may bring a new ordinance to the ballot.
Oakland Officially Okays Tenant Protection Ordinance
by Jean TeppermanEast Bay Express
November 6th, 2014
An ordinance protecting some tenants from landlord harassment passed the City Council there.
Renters Overlooked Because of Race
by Jaclyn KelleyWWLTV (New Orleans)
November 6th, 2014
African American tenants in New Orleans face discrimination in rental housing. Landlords sometimes refuse to rent to them, but also demand more stringent background checks. These are illegal under fair housing laws.
Anti-Speculation Tax Rejected by SF Voters
by Joshua SabatiniSan Francisco Examiner
November 5th, 2014
Proposition G was rejected by San Francisco voters.
Ballot Question Sinks Prop. G
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
November 5th, 2014
Prop G's ballot description didn't make clear that the ordinance would slow real estate speculation in the City.
Measure H Fails Hard, Measure FS Passes Narrowly
by David Mark SimpsonSanta Monica Daily Press
November 5th, 2014
A measure to increase fees for rent-controlled units passed, but a proposal to increase taxes on sales of expensive properties failed in Santa Monica.
Concord Seeks Arrest Warrant for Landlord Who Allegedly Ignored Bedbug Infestation
by Lisa P. WhiteContra Costa Times
November 4th, 2014
A Concord landlord is subject to arrest for failing to eradicate bedbugs in his rental units. Concord's bedbug ordinance was enacted with organizing help from Tenants Together.
Garcetti Announces Goals--But No Details--On Ending LA's Housing Crisis
by Alice WaltonKPCC
October 30th, 2014
Newly-elected Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti laid out his goals for improving the supply of rental housing in Los Angeles. One goal, building 100,000 units by 2021, would meet only twenty percent of the current need.
Marin Voucher Recipients Struggle to Find Housing
by Richard HalsteadMarin Independent Journal
October 26th, 2014
Section 8 recipients in Marin County often lose their vouchers because they can't find landlords willing to accept them. California law doesn't prohibit landlord discrimination against Section 8 recipients.
Why Madrid's Poor Fear Goldman Sachs and Blackstone
by Sonya DowsettReuters
October 24th, 2014
Spanish government officials have sold off public housing there at fire-sale prices, and tenants are being forced to pay higher rents.
Proposed Law Would Make All Housing Pet Friendly in One California City
by Arin GreenwoodHuffington Post
October 23rd, 2014
A Berkeley City Councilmember is proposing legislation that would make all rental housing in the City pet-friendly.
City Attorney to Appeal Ruling that Overturned Tenant Relocation Assistance Law
by Hannah Albarazi & Scott MorrisSan Francisco Appeal
October 23rd, 2014
The San Francisco City Attorney will appeal a ruling by a federal judge declaring the requirement that landlords who evict under the Ellis Act pay a rent differential to evicted tenants.
Supervisors Approve Airbnb Legislation in Final Vote after Further Debate
by Joshua SabatiniSan Francisco Examiner
October 22nd, 2014
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed legislation to allow Airbnb rentals. Senator Dianne Feinstein had asked that Airbnb rentals not be permitted in single-family home neighborhoods.
Spot Will Cost You: Pet Rent Becoming Fad at Apartments, Taking Bite Out of Renter's Wallets
Fox Business
October 22nd, 2014
Landlords who allow pets are charging increased deposits, and "pet rent" for tenants with animals.
Judge Tosses SF Law Meant to Shield Evicted Tenants
by Bob EgelkoSan Francisco Chronicle
October 22nd, 2014
A San Francisco judge declared unconstitutional a law that would have required greater compensation for tenants evicted under the Ellis Act.
Judge Dismisses Coakley's Suit Against Federal Housing Agency over State Anti-Foreclosure Law
by Steve LeBlancDaily Journal
October 22nd, 2014
A suit challenging the policies of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac was dismissed by a federal judge. Massachusetts' law required that community groups be allowed to purchase homes out of foreclosure and re-sell the homes to the former homeowners.
Oakland: Tenant Protection Law Passed
by Matthew ArtzOakland Tribune
October 22nd, 2014
Oakland's City Council passed legislation to make it easier for tenants to defend themselves against illegal evictions.
San Francisco Regulates Buyouts--Backs Ted Gullickson's Legacy
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
October 22nd, 2014
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to regulate tenant buyouts, insuring that tenants know their rights in the buyout process.
San Mateo County Looking At Housing Options for Homeless
by Michelle DurandSan Mateo Daily Journal
October 21st, 2014
San Mateo is changing its homeless policy to take advantage of new federal funding for rapidly rehousing homeless residents. But options are limited, as low-income units rent for much more now than a few years ago.
Lainez Stops 4th Ellis Eviction
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
October 21st, 2014
A San Francisco family has stopped the fourth attempt to evict them from their apartment. They have lived in their apartment for more than twenty years.
Oakland Tenants Say Bully Landlords Taking Advantage of Market
by Will KaneSan Francisco Chronicle
October 21st, 2014
Oakland's City Council will consider legislation to allow the City to fine or sue landlords who harass tenants. Complaints of harassment have increased markedly over the last year.
Candidates Challenged on 'Rent Stabilization'
by Daniel DeBoltMountain View Voice
October 20th, 2014
Local residents challenged Mountain View's City Council candidates on their solutions, or lack thereof, to the rental housing crisis there.
How San Francisco is Forcing its Gay Population onto the Streets
by Sacha FeinmanThink Progress
October 20th, 2014
Ellis Act evictions are forcing LGBTQ tenants from homes they have lived in for decades.
Berkeley Considers Outlawing Pet Restrictions on Rentals
by Carolyn JonesSan Francisco Chronicle
October 19th, 2014
The City Council will consider legislation requiring landlords to accept pets.
Some Oregon Landlords Still Turn Away Section 8
by Bennett HallCorvalis Gazette-Times
October 18th, 2014
A new Oregon law prohibits discrimination against tenants using housing subsidies, but some landlords are still refusing to rent to tenants who use Section 8 vouchers and other subsidies.
Oakland: Report Says 1,300 Soft Story Apartments at Risk of Collapse in Earthquake
San Jose Mercury News
October 18th, 2014
The Oakland City Council will discuss the effect of seismic retrofits on rent-controlled tenants in Oakland.
Toronto's Affordable Housing Shortage Sparks Growth of Illegal Suburban Rooming Houses
by Amanda KwanThe Globe and Mail
October 17th, 2014
Tenants who are forced out of Toronto's core are moving to rooming houses in suburban areas. The City Council has resisted setting standards for these accommodations, as local residents don't want rooming houses to be legalized.
Ted Gullickson's Broader Legacy
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
October 16th, 2014
Ted Gullickson's influence spread far beyond the San Francisco Tenants Union.
On the List, and Not in a Good Way
by Julie SatowNew York Times
October 16th, 2014
Tenant-screening services collect information on tenants who are involved in disputes with their landlords, and this information enables landlords to blacklist tenants. In many cases tenants are blacklisted for going to court to enforce their rights.
East Palo Alto's Rent Control Office Needs Lots of Help and Guidance, New Report Says
by Bonnie EslingerSan Jose Mercury News
October 15th, 2014
A new report to the East Palo Alto City Council says that that city's rent stabilization board is underfunded and needs guidance from the Council.
Landlords Use Questionable Tactics to Evict Low-Income Tenants
by Melanie WoodrowKTVU
October 13th, 2014
Oakland landlords are using questionable tactics, including illegal notices, to evict low-income tenants.
Ordinance Regulating AirBnb-Type Rentals Approved
by David StevensonKTVU
October 7th, 2014
Over the objections of landlord and tenant groups in San Francisco, the Board of Supervisors voted to allow Airbnb rentals in the City. The limits imposed by the City may be unenforceable.
Federal Judge Asks SF to Show New Ellis Act Payouts Don't Take from Landlords
by Chris RobertsSan Francisco Examiner
October 7th, 2014
Judge Charles Breyer has told San Francisco's City Attorney to show that the increased Ellis Act payouts for evicted tenants are not an unconstitutional taking.
Boom and Bust in the City of Gold
by Carl FinamoreCounterPunch
October 6th, 2014
San Francisco's low- and moderate-income residents are being forced from the City by high rents and often-illegal evictions.

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