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  1. Assembly Democrats seeking more from ‘framework’ deal

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    June 24, 2015 by westsideneighborhoodalliance

    By: Laura Nahmias ALBANY—One day after Governor Andrew Cuomo and legislative leaders announced a “framework” deal on rent regulations, 421-a …
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  2. Senate Dems: Rent Control Is A Statewide Issue

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    May 28, 2015 by westsideneighborhoodalliance

    Senate Democrats unveiled their preferred vision for an extension and strengthening of rent control on Wednesday, saying the issue of …
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  3. Rent Controlled & Harassed in Harlem

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    April 22, 2015 by westsideneighborhoodalliance

    Rent Control Tenant Facing Harassment & Dangerous Conditions By Mia McDonald | April 13, 2015 This is part of a …
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  4. Pols Call on Albany to End Vacancy Decontrol

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    March 24, 2015 by westsideneighborhoodalliance

    BY GERARD FLYNN  |  Though Mayor de Blasio was notably absent, his progressive voice was resoundingly clear Monday on the …
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  5. The Battle for Home Rule Begins to Brew

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    November 26, 2014 by westsideneighborhoodalliance

    On Nov. 18, The Epoch Times reported that the struggle over New York’s rent laws is already heating up, as …
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  6. Gothamist: ‘1,600 Affordable Manhattan Apartments Will Soon Disappear’

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    November 24, 2014 by westsideneighborhoodalliance

    1,600 affordable Manhattan apartments are about to disappear—for good.

  7. Sen. Feinstein: ‘Don’t hand San Francisco over to Airbnb’

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    November 20, 2014 by westsideneighborhoodalliance

    “Simply put, this bill will further increase already sky-high rental costs,” Sen. Feinstein wrote.

  8. Looking Ahead: 2015 Rent Law Showdown

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    November 18, 2014 by westsideneighborhoodalliance

    Tenant groups are already gearing up for an important showdown in Albany when the rent laws expire in 2015.

  9. ‘Harlem High Line’ proposal could bring affordable housing

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    October 24, 2014 by westsideneighborhoodalliance

    Harlem High Line

    “Harlem may be getting its own version of the High Line,” DNAinfo reported last week. “The proposed project — dubbed the Harlem …
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  10. Summary: Attorney General’s Main Findings Against Airbnb

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    October 21, 2014 by westsideneighborhoodalliance

    Airbnb Schneiderman

    New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman released an extensive new report last week showing that nearly three-quarters of Airbnb’s rentals …
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