California just passed the toughest-in-the-nation statewide tenant protection law that provides certainty on rent increases while ensuring critical affordable housing is still built in our state.
But Michael Weinstein and his multi-million dollar special interest group recently qualified a proposition for the November 3, 2020 statewide ballot that would undermine this new critically important law.
These are the same special interests who spent more than $25 million on the flawed rent control measure, Proposition 10 in 2018, which voters rejected overwhelmingly with a 59% NO vote. Don’t be misled.
This new proposition is even more flawed than their last proposition. It’s bad for homeowners and renters – and will make California’s housing crisis even worse.