What is California Doing to Protect Tenants?

Lunchtime Forum

At the end of August, the California State Legislature passed Assembly Bill (AB) 3088, the state’s latest effort to protect millions of tenants from losing their homes. While AB 3088 extends the existing state-wide eviction moratorium through 2021, it remains a temporary remedy. Pending federal intervention, how can California develop long-term solutions to protect renters? Join us as we continue the conversation on tenant protections, and explore how to look beyond the immediate crises to build holistic solutions that center on tenants’ rights.

+ Assemblymember David Chiu / California 17th Assembly District
+ Brian Augusta / Public Interest Advocates
+ Debra Carlton / California Apartment Association




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