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Groups Work To Preserve Affordable Housing as Development Pressures Grow in Detroit
by Dennis ArchambaultModel D
June 30th, 2015
Development in Detroit's urban core is pushing out lower-income residents.
New York Bans 'Poor Doors' in Win for Low Income Tenants
by Jana KasperkevicGuardian U.K.
June 29th, 2015
New York City developers will not be allowed to have separate entrances for rich and poor tenants in housing projects there.
Grassroots Push Law To Ease Berlin Housing Crisis
by Stuart BraunDeutsche Welle
June 28th, 2015
A grassroots' group in Berlin is seeking to force the government there to increase the supply of affordable housing.
Families Pack Up as S.F. Rents Keep Rising
by Heather KnightSan Francisco Chronicle
June 27th, 2015
Families with children are particularly threatened in the affordability crisis in San Francisco, as single-family homes are exempted from rent control protections under Costa-Hawkins. At the time the law was passed, Jim Costa argued that it would protect families.
Grand Jury Issues Report on Homelessness
by Marc VallesEureka Times-Standard
June 26th, 2015
A Humboldt County grand jury report faults the County Board of Supervisors and the Eureka City Council for its failure to co-ordinate homeless services and recommends the establishment of a housing trust fund to provide money for affordable housing construction.
Santa Clarita Votes to Slow Rent Increases
by Randy Mac and Amy CorralNBC Los Angeles
June 25th, 2015
Santa Clarita's City Council voted to reduce allowable rent increases at mobile home parks there. Mobile home park owners had been allowed the rent as much as six percent per year.
Richmond: Rent Control, Just-Cause Debate Returns to Council
by Karina IoffeeContra Costa Times
June 23rd, 2015
Rent control and just-cause eviction will be debated at the Richmond City Council meeting.
Richmond Council To Debate Solutions to Rising Rents Tuesday; Rally To Precede Meeting
Richmond Standard
June 22nd, 2015
Richmond tenants will rally before a City Council meeting where solutions to the rent crisis will be discussed. One tenant there has had her rent increased nearly $1,000 a month over the last year.
Can Landlords Be Forced Not To Tear Down Affordable Apartments?
by Dennis RomeroLA Weekly
June 22nd, 2015
The Los Angeles City Council will explore ways to slow down Ellis Act evictions of rent-controlled tenants.
Nightmare Rent Increases Are Frustrating, But Legal
by Amy Corral and Randy MacNBC Los Angeles
June 22nd, 2015
Tenants who are not protected by rent control laws can face rent increases or eviction at any time, with no more than 60-days' notice.
Rent Law Heads to Assembly
by Sarah Taguiam and Chhay ChannydaPhnom Penh Post
June 19th, 2015
Legislation to protect low-income tenants in Phnom Penh will go before the Legislature there this month.
Not a Single U.S. County Has Enough Affordable Housing
by Claire GrodenFortune
June 19th, 2015
There is not a single county in the United States with sufficient affordable housing, and many tenants are forced to forgo food and health care to pay rent.
Neighborhood Opposes Housing Official's Plan to Raze Rent Control Units
by Dennis RomeroLA Weekly
June 19th, 2015
The Chair of CalHFA's board is planning to tear down a building with eight rent-controlled units for a for-sale development. He is evicting the tenants under the Ellis Act.
Uncertainty Mounting as Little Progress Is Seen in Albany on Rent Regulations
by Mireya Navarro with Susanne Craig and Thomas KaplanNew York Times
June 19th, 2015
The New York State Legislature has still not passed enabling legislation for New York City's rent regulations, which expired last week. Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo has been of little help on the issue.
Longtime Tenants in Manhattan See an Effort to Push Them Out
by Corey KilgannonNew York Times
June 18th, 2015
The Orbach Group is pressuring rent-controlled tenants to move from their Manhattan apartments so that the units can be marketed to Columbia University students.
Brooklyn Landlord is Arrested in Tenant Harassment Inquiry
by Associated PressNew York Times
June 17th, 2015
A Brooklyn landlord has been arrested for harassing his rent-controlled tenants. In addition to illegal construction, he turned off the heat during the winter months.
Amendments to Rent Inspection Program Set for Approval
by Jason RuizLong Beach Post
June 17th, 2015
Long Beach tenants won a small victory in their attempt to force landlords to maintain their properties. The Long Beach City Council did not, however, allow tenants in slum properties to pay their rent into escrow, rather than to the landlord.
Out of Control: Why Rent Control Could Help Portland
by Shelby R. KingPortland Mercury
June 17th, 2015
Two economists argue that rent control can benefit communities where rents are out of control.
Tenant Bootcamps Excite S.F. Renters
by Dean PrestonBeyond Chron
June 9th, 2015
The San Francisco Tenants Union is presenting workshops for tenants around San Francisco. Tenants Together Executive Director Dean Preston led the bootcamps.
Black Tenants Say Greed, Discrimination at Play in Mass L.A. Eviction
by Naureen KhanAljazeera America
June 9th, 2015
Tenants at a Los Angeles apartment building are being evicted by the new landlords, who are refusing to take tenants with Section 8 rental vouchers.
L.A.'s Eviction Game
by Larry GrossLos Angeles Times
June 9th, 2015
Property speculators are using the Ellis Act to evict tenants from rent-controlled apartments in Los Angeles, and the City has taken no action to protect tenants. The Coalition for Economic Survival is a member organization of Tenants Together.
Santa Rosa City Council to Consider Temporary Ban on Some Rent Increases
by Kevin McCallumSanta Rosa Press Democrat
June 8th, 2015
The Santa Rosa City Council will discuss the imposition of rent control to address the issue of homelessness there.
WeHo Landlord Accused of Illegal Evictions Now is Sued in San Francisco
June 8th, 2015
A landlord who is being sued by San Francisco's City Attorney for harassment and illegal eviction of her tenants had used the same tactics to evict tenants in West Hollywood.
City Sues Landlord for Allegedly Forcing Out Rent-Controlled Tenants
by J.K. DineenSan Francisco Chronicle
June 5th, 2015
A San Francisco landlord has been so egregious in harassing and retaliating against rent-controlled tenants that San Francisco's City Attorney is suing her. The landlord is also facing legal action in West Hollywood.
Santa Rosa Council to Tackle Housing Voucher Discrimination
by Kevin McCallumSanta Rosa Press Democrat
June 4th, 2015
The Santa Rosa City Council will address the issue of Section 8 discrimination, as the housing crisis is making it increasingly difficult for Section 8 tenants to find housing.
Tenant Advocates Demand Removal of CalHFA Chair over Ellis Evictions
by Dean PrestonBeyond Chron
June 4th, 2015
The Chair of the State agency charged with the development of affordable housing is California is evicting his rent-controlled tenants using the Ellis Act.
Numbers Reveal SF Tenant Buyout Picture
by Joshua SabatiniSan Francisco Examiner
June 4th, 2015
Landlords have filed more than 100 buyout agreements or offers since a new law required their disclosure in March.
Tenants Protest Upcoming Eviction from Rent-Controlled Units
by Aron ChilewichJewish Journal
June 3rd, 2015
A Los Angeles landlord, who served as Chair of CalHFA, the state agency charged with the development of affordable housing, is evicting his rent-controlled tenants to construct million-dollar condominiums.
Tenants Decry Eviction by Landlord, the Chair of State Housing Agency
by Harriet RyanLos Angeles Times
May 30th, 2015
Matthew Jacobs, chair of the State's Housing Finance Agency, is evicting rent-controlled tenants to tear down the building and redevelop the property.
Rent Control Update
Love Lafayette
May 29th, 2015
The Lafayette City Council abandoned a rent moratorium and a discussion of rent control when a local landlord agreed to limit rent increases to 10% for one year.
How Much You Need to Make Per Hour to Afford a Rental in the US
by Mandi WoodruffYahoo Finance
May 29th, 2015
In no state can a worker making minimum wage afford a two-bedroom apartment working no more than 40 hour a week. In California a minimum wage worker needs to work more than 90 hours a week.
Housing Advocates, Long Beach Square Off Against Proposed Rent Escrow Program
by Eric BradleyLong Beach Press-Telegram
May 23rd, 2015
The Long Beach City Council is resisting the establishment of a rent escrow program that would allow tenants to place their rent payments with the City to force landlords to correct code violations in their units.
SF's Hottest Bootcamps are for Tenants
by Jenny ManriqueMIssion Local
May 22nd, 2015
TT Executive Director Dean Preston was a presenter at a tenants' rights bootcamp sponsored by the San Francisco Tenants Union.
Activists Hold Rally in Support of San Jose Renter Protections
May 13th, 2015
Local activists rallied in support of greater tenant protections, as tenants are forced from their homes by high rents.
S.F.'s Mission After the Moratorium
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
May 12th, 2015
The moratorium proposed for San Francisco's Mission District may provide some breathing room to protect the remaining affordable housing there.
San Francisco May Subsidize Middle-Class Apartments for First Time
by Cory WeinbergSan Francisco Business Times
May 12th, 2015
San Francisco's housing crisis may now require that the city provide subsidized housing for families making more than $100,000 a year.
Supervisor Jane Kim Takes Aim at 'Frivolous' Evictions
by Joshua SabatiniSan Francisco Examiner
May 12th, 2015
Supervisor Jane Kim is proposing legislation that would limit frivolous evictions by landlords seeking to evict rent-controlled tenants.
Lafayette Fails to Enact Emergency Rent Hike Moratorium
by Jennifer ModenessiContra Costa Times
May 12th, 2015
Lafayette's City Council failed to pass an emergency rent moratorium there.
Rent Control Rising? San Jose Councilman Says It's Time to Expand Regulations, Add Teeth
by Nathan Donato-WeinsteinSilicon Valley Business Journal
May 12th, 2015
A San Jose City Councilmember wants to strengthen rent control legislation there, and to enact just cause eviction protections.
San Jose Mulls More Rent Control
by Ramona GirwargisSan Jose Mercury News
May 12th, 2015
The San Jose City Council may strengthen that city's weak rent control law and enact just cause eviction protections.
Tenants Renting From Wall Street Pay More
by Darwin BondGrahamEast Bay Express
May 12th, 2015
Tenants Together released a new report on a survey of tenants who rent from the Wall Street landlords, private equity firms that bought large numbers of properties out of foreclosure.
Could S.F. Supe's Bid to Halt Building Market-Rate Units Work?
by Emily GreenSan Francisco Chronicle
May 9th, 2015
Peter Dreier argues that the moratorium on new market-rate construction in San Francisco's Mission District might work.
Silicon Valley Giants Don't Just Build Offices Now. They're Also Responsible for Housing
by Biz CarsonBusiness Insider
May 8th, 2015
The Mountain View City Council is allowing tech companies to build huge office complexes without providing more than a thimble-full of affordable housing.
This Means War: Bedbugs Are Infesting California
by Dennis RomeroLA Weekly
May 8th, 2015
Legislation is being proposed to require that landlords eradicate bedbugs in rental units. The legislation would also prohibit tenants from moving bedbug-infested furniture to a rental unit.
Mission District Anti-Eviction Protesters Take Over City Hall
May 8th, 2015
Tenant groups in San Francisco went to City Hall, demanding more affordable housing in the City.
How Can the City Kick-Start Affordable Housing
by Laura Wenus, Daniel Hirsch & Lydia ChavezMIssion Local
May 8th, 2015
Addressing the City's housing problems requires that City leaders establish affordable housing as a priority.
Orange County Supervisors Oppose Affordable Housing Bill, Citing Fee Increase
by Nick GerdaVoice of Orange County
May 8th, 2015
The Orange County Board of Supervisors is opposed to a bill sponsored by Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins, which would increase real estate recording fees to provide funds for affordable housing.
Tenants Triumph Over Google Attorney
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
May 8th, 2015
A Google attorney has been stopped from evicting tenants under the Ellis Act.
New Santa Monica Law to Prohibit Discrimination Against Section 8 Tenants
by Niki CervantesSanta Monica Lookout
May 8th, 2015
Santa Monica's City Council passed legislation that would prohibit landlords from discriminating against Section 8 tenants. Section 8 discrimination often prevents tenants from renting in wealthier neighborhoods.
Displaced Tenants of Troubled Hotel Await Water Test Results
by Eric RasmussenKTVU
May 8th, 2015
Tenants of an Oakland residential hotel have been forced to leave their homes while the source of water contamination there is determined. The hotel has been cited numerous times for code violations.
Class Action Suit Settlement Renews Warning for Renters
by Lolita LopezNBC Los Angeles
May 8th, 2015
A SoCal landlord is being required to refund deposit monies that were wrongfully withheld for maintenance and repairs that were properly the landlord's responsibility.
Can One Oakland Law Slow Gentrification?
by Will HuntsberryKQED
May 8th, 2015
Oakland's law prohibiting landlords from harassing their tenants may--or may not--slow gentrification there.
Peninsula Renters Priced Out of Homes Face Tough Rental Market
ABC 7 News
May 8th, 2015
Skyrocketing rents in the Bay Area are forcing tenants out of their communities.
Landlord Discrimination Against Section 8 Vouchers Outlawed
by David Mark SimpsonSanta Monica Daily Press
May 7th, 2015
Landlords in Santa Monica will no longer be allowed to discriminate against tenants who rent using Section 8 vouchers.
Rules to Strengthen Alameda's Rent Mediation Process Stall
by Michele EllsonThe Alamedan
May 6th, 2015
Alameda's City Council has failed to enact tenant protections in the face of spiraling rents, even though the City contributed to the crisis by failing to construct rental housing after 1972.
Campos Wants Moratorium on New Housing in the Mission
by Emily GreenSan Francisco Chronicle
May 5th, 2015
Supervisor David Campos is calling for a moratorium on new market-rate housing in San Francisco's Mission District.
Bill de Blasio to Propose Sweeping Changes to Rein In NYC Rents
by Juan GonzalezNew York Daily News
May 5th, 2015
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is asking the State Legislature there to allow the City to end vacancy decontrol for rent-stabilized properties there.
Mission District Housing Moratorium May Head for November Ballot
by Cory WeinbergSan Francisco Business Times
May 4th, 2015
A ballot initiative that would impose a moratorium on new market-rate housing in the Mission District is being readied for the November ballot.
Republicans in Congress Take Aim at the National Housing Trust Fund
by Shiv RawalThink Progress
May 4th, 2015
Republicans in Congress want to transfer National Housing Trust Fund monies to another affordable housing program. NHTF monies provide housing for those most at risk of becoming homeless.
America's Poorest Renters Are Finally Catching a Break
by Lydia DePillisWashington Post
May 4th, 2015
Fewer tenants are paying more than half their incomes for rent than in 2011, but the number of tenants who cannot find affordable housing is still far higher than in 2003. Tenants in the West are most likely to have trouble finding affordable housing.
Some Richmond Property Owners Agree to Limits on Rent Increases, But Face Skepticism
by Fabian GraberRichmond Confidential
May 4th, 2015
Some Richmond landlords are willing to limit rent increases, apparently to forestall calls for rent control, but tenants are skeptical that voluntary agreements will protect them.
Council Cracks Down on Full-Unit Rentals, Legalizes Home-Shares
by David Mark SimpsonSanta Monica Daily Press
April 29th, 2015
The City Council in Santa Monica will legalize short-term rentals, but will prohibit the use of residential units as full-time vacation rentals.
State High Court Rejects S.F. Landlord's Bid to Raise Rents
by Bob EgelkoSan Francisco Chronicle
April 29th, 2015
A tenant who moved into a rent-controlled unit as a child is an original tenant and is protected by San Francisco's rent control ordiance.
Lafayette City Leaders Considering Rent-Increase Moratorium in Possible First Step Toward Rent Control
CBS (San Francisco)
April 29th, 2015
Large rent increases are leading Lafayette city leaders to consider rent control legislation.
As L.A.'s Rents Rise: Crenshaw Tenants Battle Eviction
by Lovell Estell IIIBeyond Chron
April 29th, 2015
Ellis Act evictions are spreading to Los Angeles, where rent-controlled tenants are being displaced.
Tenant Protection Bill Weakened, But Passes
by Kim MillerPalm Beach Post
April 27th, 2015
Tenants in Florida will have 30 days to move after a landlord's foreclosure with the passage of legislation there. Previously tenants faced immediate eviction after a foreclosure.
Richmond Mayor Butt Is Wrong on Rent Control
by Mike ParkerBeyond Chron
April 27th, 2015
The arguments made by Richmond's Mayor Tom Butt are wrong.
Neighborhood Comes Together in Hopes of Slowing Gentrification
by Jessica KwongSan Francisco Examiner
April 26th, 2015
Residents of San Francisco's Mission District are struggling to slow the gentrification of their neighborhood.
SoCal Landlords Call for Change in Water Bills Amid Historic Drought
by Gordon TokumatsuNBC Los Angeles
April 24th, 2015
Landlords of rent-controlled properties in Los Angeles want to pass the cost of water onto their tenants, but most haven't moved to install water-efficient landscaping or appliances at their properties.
Landlord's Plans Spur Fears of Displaced Residents
by Mark NoackMountain View Voice
April 24th, 2015
A landlord's plans will displace tenants from a Mountain View apartment complex, and tenants will not be able to find affordable housing there.
Richmond Fails to Pass Moratorium on Rent Increases
by Karina IoffeeContra Costa Times
April 22nd, 2015
Richmond failed to pass a moratorium on rent increases, even though rents there have increased 33% over the last five years. Tenants Together participated in the campaign for the moratorium.
Deadly Oakland Fire Ignites Tenant-Landlord Dispute
by Sam LevinEast Bay Express
April 22nd, 2015
Tenants at an Oakland live-work building where two tenants died in a fire are demanding that the landlord begin repairs at the property so that they can return to their homes.
Tenants Protest Eviction from Apartment Building
by Kimberly LeofflerAnnenberg TV News
April 21st, 2015
Tenants in a Los Angeles apartment building are being evicted under the Ellis Act so that the property can be converted to a hotel.
Despite 'Troubling' Fair-Housing Results, Portland to Cut Back on Testing
by Brad SchmidtThe Oregonian
April 21st, 2015
Portland's City Council will cut back on promised yearly fair housing testing, even though substantial discrimination in rental housing was discovered in previous testing.
Landlords Want Renters to Pay Their Own Water Bills
by Juliet Bennett RylahLAist
April 21st, 2015
Landlords in Los Angeles want tenants to pay their own water bills, but would simply divide the water bill by the number of units, rather than providing individual water meters.
Chief Justice Advocates for More Access to Legal Help
by Mark LaneDaytona Beach News-Journal
April 18th, 2015
The Chief Justice of Florida's State Supreme Court is advocating for legal help for Floridians in civil cases, including landlord-tenant.
The U.S. Spends Far More on Homeowner Subsidies Than It Does on Affordable Housing
by Richard Florida City Lab
April 17th, 2015
The US spends far more on subsidizing homeowners than on affordable housing for tenants.
Lots of New Housing in San Francisco, But It's Still Not Enough
by John WildermuthSan Francisco Chronicle
April 16th, 2015
Housing construction in San Francisco has not been for those who most need housing, and the City is losing housing to Airbnb rentals.
Apartment Rents Resume Upward March in Q1: Here's How Much
by Nathan Donato-WeinsteinSilicon Valley Business Journal
April 16th, 2015
Rents in Silicon Valley increased 12 percent over the last year, and local governments have taken no action to address the problem.
Rent Board Split on Water Fee Pass-Through
by David Mark SimpsonSanta Monica Daily Press
April 16th, 2015
The Santa Monica Rent Board discussed both water fee pass-throughs and tenant buyout proposals.
Sky-High Southern California Rent Keeps Getting Higher
by Maritza Moulite NBC Los Angeles
April 16th, 2015
Rents in Southern California have increased nearly eight percent in the last year, and building new housing will not alleviate the problem.
Tenants Are Left Out in the Cold with the End of a Law That Protected Them from Eviction
by Jackie CallawayWFTS
April 16th, 2015
A Florida mother faces a 3-days' eviction notice after her landlord's foreclosure, as tenants there are no longer protected by the federal Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act, and the State Legislature there has failed to act to protect tenants.
SF Apartment from Hell: Tenants Sue Landlords over Sewage in Sink, Blood-Stained Walls
CBS (San Francisco)
April 16th, 2015
Tenants in a San Francisco apartment building are suing their landlords for code violations and illegal rent increases.
San Francisco "In-Law" Housing May Add Hundreds of New Units
by Roland LiSan Francisco Business Times
April 14th, 2015
Supervisor Scott Wiener is advocating allowing in-law units to help alleviate San Francisco's housing shortage.
Confusion on the SF Housing Front
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
April 14th, 2015
The City may be changing the rules on some housing developers after their developments were approved, although the City claims that the developers are trying to evade affordable housing requirements.
Future of Renters' Rights Subject of Disagreement Between City, Advocacy Group
by Jason RuizLong Beach Post
April 14th, 2015
Slumlords in Long Beach will likely get a free pass, as the City is unwilling to allocate funds to inspect and cite substandard rental units.
Aldermen Make Changes to Chicago Foreclosure Ordinance
by Hal DardickChicago Tribune
April 13th, 2015
Chicago's City Council will discuss changes to foreclosure legislation there to protect tenants' rights in foreclosed properties.
East Palo Alto Residents March Against Gentrification
by Sue DremannPalo Alto Weekly
April 13th, 2015
East Palo Alto residents protested against the gentrification of their community, one of the few affordable cities in Silicon Valley.
San Diego Mayor Calls for Special Derelict Housing Enforcement Team
by Megan BurksKPBS
April 13th, 2015
Mayor Kevin Faulconer has proposed new funding to enforce housing codes in rental housing in San Diego. Code enforcement there has concentrated on marijuana dispensaries and foreclosed houses.
Soaring Bay Area Rents Spark Growing Calls for Rent Control
by Matthew ArtzSan Jose Mercury News
April 12th, 2015
Local government officials are avoiding discussion of rent control, even though there is little else they can do to alleviate the housing crisis.
Affordable Housing Loophole Ignites Fight over $2,000 a Month 'Co-Housing' Apartments
by Cory WeinbergSan Francisco Business Times
April 10th, 2015
A San Francisco developer is trying to evade the City's affordable housing requirements by claiming that his market-rate units do not qualify as dwellings.
Advocacy Group Wants Los Angeles City Hall to Lower Parking Fines
by Dakota SmithLos Angeles Daily News
April 10th, 2015
Local groups in Los Angeles want parking fines, particularly those for street cleaning, to be reduced. Tenants are often hit by these fines, as they often don't have garages or other off-street parking.
Berkeley Residents Grapple with Building Boom and Gentrification Issues
by Judith ScherrInside Bay Area
April 10th, 2015
The building boom in Berkeley has not resulted in the development of affordable housing, but has resulted in the construction of market-rate and luxury units.
Tenants, Advocates Rally Against Unsafe Conditions in Fresno Rentals
by Carmen GeorgeFresno Bee
April 9th, 2015
Local groups in Fresno, including Tenants Together, rallied to demand that the City force landlords to maintain their rental properties.
Renters Near Golf Course Evicted before US Open
by Jack BroomSeattle Times
April 8th, 2015
Tenants who aren't protected by "just cause" eviction laws can be evicted for any reason or no reason at all, including the landlord's decision to rent the place out for the US Open.
San Jose Affordable Housing Law Faces Key Legal Test
by Howard MintzSan Jose Mercury News
April 7th, 2015
Realtor groups are trying to stop local communities from requiring developers to include affordable housing in their projects.
L.A.'s Biggest Apartment Complex Has Broken Elevators, Insect Infestations and a Waiting List
by Jonathan TolliverLA Weekly
April 7th, 2015
Owners of a large Los Angeles complex are failing to maintain their property. The building is infested with rats and roaches, and elderly tenants who cannot climb stairs are trapped in their apartments.
24 Residents Forced to Leave Uninhabitable Building in SF
by Leslie BrinkleyABC 7 News
April 6th, 2015
The City is trying to force tenants to leave a building after the landlord failed to correct habitability violations. However, the City has failed to find adequate replacement housing for the tenants being evicted.
Community Workshops to Discuss Richmond's Future Housing Policies, Including Renters' Rights
by Mike AldaxRichmond Standard
April 6th, 2015
Richmond will hold a series of workshops to discuss affordable housing. The links to the workshop sites are available on the Richmond Standard site.
Blumenthal Introduces the Permanently Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act of 2015
Political News
April 4th, 2015
Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn) has introduced legislation to protect tenants in foreclosed properties. Many tenants nationwide lost all protections when the Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act expired at the end of 2014.

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