Omnibus legislation gets hearing with sharp divide between tenant advocates and housing providers | Street Sense

November 23, 2020
  • D.C. Policy Center
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On November 23, 2020, the D.C. Policy Center’s policy brief, How would the “Reclaim Rent Control” proposals change the District’s rental housing landscape?, was cited by Street Sense:

Yesim Sayin Taylor, executive director of the D.C. Policy Center, said that “there are currently 72,900 rent-controlled units in the District and if the Council enacts the bill today the number of rent-controlled units would immediately increase by 13,000.”

Read more: Omnibus legislation gets hearing with sharp divide between tenant advocates and housing providers | Street Sense

Related: How would the “Reclaim Rent Control” proposals change the District’s rental housing landscape? | D.C. Policy Center

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