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Dorchester Residents Fighting Fannie's Foreclosure Evictions
by Eliza DeweyBay State Banner
March 26th, 2015
Dorchester homeowners and tenants are fighting evictions in their community.

Tenant Advocates Push City Council, Mayor to Call Housing Loss a Crisis
by Rianna HidalgoReal Change
March 25th, 2015
Tenant advocates in Seattle are calling on local officials to declare a housing emergency to address the rapid increases in rents there.

Tenants: Preserve Rent-Regulated Housing
by Michael Gould-WartofskyHuffington Post
March 23rd, 2015
Rent-regulated tenants in New York City are demanding that the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) ensure decent housing conditions.

Child Homelessness in New York City Hit an All-Time High. Here's How It Can Be Fixed
by Eleanor GoldbergHuffington Post
March 23rd, 2015
New York City needs to develop more affordable housing, as there are 25,000 homeless children there.

Advice Encouraging Landlords to 'Stalk' Potential Tenants Withdrawn
by Hannah FearnThe Independent
March 20th, 2015
A British landlord group withdrew a "tips" piece for landlords when critics noted that some of the suggestions amounted to stalking potential tenants.

Pols Call for Albany to End Vacancy Decontrol
by Gerald FlynnThe Villager
March 5th, 2015
New York City politicians are calling on the State Legislature there to end vacancy decontrol to protect rent-controlled units in the City.

St. Louis Passes Bill to Reduce Section 8 Concentration in Poor Neighborhoods
by Walker MoskopSt. Louis Post-Dispatch
February 26th, 2015
St. Louis has passed legislation that would ban landlords from rejecting tenants because they hold Section 8 vouchers.

Germany Agrees New Home Rent Controls as Housing Remains Tight
by Dalia Fahmy & Arne DelfsBloomberg
February 24th, 2015
The German government has enacted new rent control legislation for large cities, where housing is becoming unaffordable.

Ordinance Limits Rent on Seattle Micro-Housing Units
by Sara BernardKUOW
February 24th, 2015
Seattle's City Council has voted to reduce rents on some micro-housing units, as the developers are also receiving tax subsidies.

New York Rents Outpaced Inflation Over Three Years, Census Data Say
by Mireya NavarroNew York Times
February 24th, 2015
Rents in New York City have increased faster than the rate of inflation, and also faster than incomes over the past several years.

DA: Landlord Bribed Building Inspectors to Evict Bushwick Tenants
by Danielle Furfaro & Nathan TempeyThe Brooklyn Paper
February 14th, 2015
A landlord bribed building inspectors to evict tenants and erase building code violations at his properties.

Push to Expand Your Right to an Attorney Gains Momentum
by Samar KhurshidGotham Gazette
February 12th, 2015
New York City legislators are hoping to fund legal assistance for tenants in eviction cases. Tenants are far less likely to be evicted when they have legal representation.

Brooklyn Landlords Bribed City Housing Inspectors to Scare Tenants into Moving Out: Prosecutors
by Greg B. SmithNew York Daily News
February 12th, 2015
Brooklyn inspectors accepted bribes to help a landlord evict his tenants illegally.

Landlord Bribed Inspectors in Ruse to Evict Tenants, Prosecutors Say
by Mireya NavarroNew York Times
February 11th, 2015
A New York City landlord bribed building inspectors to help the landlord evict his tenants from their homes.

U.S. Firms Buy Housing in Spain, Raise Rent and Evict Tenants
by Juan GonzalezNew York Daily News
February 11th, 2015
The Spanish government is allowing private equity firms from the United States to buy housing there, and the firms are raising rents and evicting tenants.

In 11-th Hour Move, D.C. Finds More Hotel Rooms for Homeless Families
by Aaron C. Davis and Mike DeBonisWashington Post
February 6th, 2015
Homeless families in the nation's capital will be housed in motel rooms and other facilities that allow for privacy, even though the city government claimed it was running out of space.

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.

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.

New York City Activists Mobilize for Right to Counsel in Eviction
by Elizabeth J. BaderTruthout
January 5th, 2015
The City Council in New York City is discussing a pilot project that would provide lawyers for all tenants in eviction cases.

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.

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