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Do Rents Really Rise Without Human Intervention?
by Pete DollackCounterPunch
November 21st, 2014
A report on the failure of Prop G and the decision overturning San Francisco's requirement for compensation for tenants evicted as a result of the Ellis Act.
SRO Tenants' Tales Tell Scary Story
by Jessica KwongSan Francisco Examiner
November 21st, 2014
Tenants in a "tech SRO" are complaining of illegal conditions at the property. The same landlords own another SRO where the former tenants are suing the landlords for illegal eviction.
Formerly Homeless Residents May Face Higher Eviction Rate than Other S.F. Tenants
by Paayal ZaveriSan Francisco Public Press
November 20th, 2014
Local housing groups and mental health service providers are seeking ways to keep formerly homeless tenants from being evicted from supportive housing facilities.
Ellis Eviction Protest at Rube Goldberg Building
by Eviction Free SFBeyond Chron
November 19th, 2014
Tenants of a San Francisco building are fighting their eviction under the Ellis Act.
Ted Gullickson's Memorial Marks Evictions
by Joe Fitzgerald RodriguezSan Francisco Examiner
November 18th, 2014
The San Francisco Tenants Union's Ted Gullickson was remembered at a memorial service this week.
SRO Fire Displacees Sue "Tech Coop"
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
November 13th, 2014
Displaced tenants are suing a landlord who re-rented their units illegally.
Former Tenants Sue After SRO Housing Made Into Group Apartments
by Jessica KwongSan Francisco Examiner
November 13th, 2014
Tenants of a single-room occupancy hotel in San Francisco are suing their former landlord, after he leased the rooms they were supposed to re-occupy were leased to a tech co-op. The landlord received a $100,000 loan from the City to make repairs to the building.
Mary Phillips, 98-Years Old, Stops Ellis Eviction
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
November 12th, 2014
Mary Phillips has won the right to stay in her rent-controlled apartment for the rest of her life.
S.F. Affordable Housing Advocates Dig In for Next Battle
by J.K. DineenSan Francisco Chronicle
November 7th, 2014
Supporters of Proposition G, the anti-speculation ordinance that was defeated in the November election, may bring a new ordinance to the ballot.
Anti-Speculation Tax Rejected by SF Voters
by Joshua SabatiniSan Francisco Examiner
November 5th, 2014
Proposition G was rejected by San Francisco voters.
Ballot Question Sinks Prop. G
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
November 5th, 2014
Prop G's ballot description didn't make clear that the ordinance would slow real estate speculation in the City.
City Attorney to Appeal Ruling that Overturned Tenant Relocation Assistance Law
by Hannah Albarazi & Scott MorrisSan Francisco Appeal
October 23rd, 2014
The San Francisco City Attorney will appeal a ruling by a federal judge declaring the requirement that landlords who evict under the Ellis Act pay a rent differential to evicted tenants.
Supervisors Approve Airbnb Legislation in Final Vote after Further Debate
by Joshua SabatiniSan Francisco Examiner
October 22nd, 2014
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed legislation to allow Airbnb rentals. Senator Dianne Feinstein had asked that Airbnb rentals not be permitted in single-family home neighborhoods.
Judge Tosses SF Law Meant to Shield Evicted Tenants
by Bob EgelkoSan Francisco Chronicle
October 22nd, 2014
A San Francisco judge declared unconstitutional a law that would have required greater compensation for tenants evicted under the Ellis Act.
San Francisco Regulates Buyouts--Backs Ted Gullickson's Legacy
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
October 22nd, 2014
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to regulate tenant buyouts, insuring that tenants know their rights in the buyout process.
Lainez Stops 4th Ellis Eviction
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
October 21st, 2014
A San Francisco family has stopped the fourth attempt to evict them from their apartment. They have lived in their apartment for more than twenty years.
How San Francisco is Forcing its Gay Population onto the Streets
by Sacha FeinmanThink Progress
October 20th, 2014
Ellis Act evictions are forcing LGBTQ tenants from homes they have lived in for decades.
Ted Gullickson's Broader Legacy
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
October 16th, 2014
Ted Gullickson's influence spread far beyond the San Francisco Tenants Union.
Ordinance Regulating AirBnb-Type Rentals Approved
by David StevensonKTVU
October 7th, 2014
Over the objections of landlord and tenant groups in San Francisco, the Board of Supervisors voted to allow Airbnb rentals in the City. The limits imposed by the City may be unenforceable.
Federal Judge Asks SF to Show New Ellis Act Payouts Don't Take from Landlords
by Chris RobertsSan Francisco Examiner
October 7th, 2014
Judge Charles Breyer has told San Francisco's City Attorney to show that the increased Ellis Act payouts for evicted tenants are not an unconstitutional taking.
Boom and Bust in the City of Gold
by Carl FinamoreCounterPunch
October 6th, 2014
San Francisco's low- and moderate-income residents are being forced from the City by high rents and often-illegal evictions.
Battle Over Increased Ellis Act Payouts in San Francisco to Enter Federal Court
by Chris RobertsSan Francisco Examiner
October 6th, 2014
Landlords are suing in federal court to stop the required compensation for long-term tenants evicted under the Ellis Act. San Francisco's ordinance requires evicting landlords to tenants the difference between their rent and the market rent in their neighborhood.
As Housing Costs Soar, San Francisco Seeks Ballot Solution
by Ian LovettNew York Times
October 2nd, 2014
San Franciscans will be voting on Prop. G in November, to limit the speculation that is feeding the eviction crisis there.
Still Not Sharing
by Emily DugaleSan Francisco Bay Guardian
September 16th, 2014
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors will discuss legislation to regulate Airbnb rentals in the City. In addition to limiting the number of days a unit could be rented, Airbnb rentals would be subject to the City's hotel tax.
Tenants Face Absurd Lawsuits as Low-Fault Evictions Increase
by Emily DugaleSan Francisco Bay Guardian
September 15th, 2014
San Francisco landlords are attempting to evict rent-controlled tenants for silly reasons, such as cooking late at night.
Mayor Lee's Small Sites Program Could Save Tenant's Home
by Andrew SzetoBeyond Chron
September 15th, 2014
A long-term San Francisco tenant's Ellis Act eviction has been rescinded, but the building is now for sale.
North Beach Tenants Find Strength and Friendship as They Fight to Keep Their Homes
by Melanie YoungKALW
September 10th, 2014
North Beach tenants being threatened with eviction have banded together to support one another in fighting for their homes.
More SF Landlords Evicting Tenants Without any Evidence, According to New Housing Report
CBS San Francisco
September 5th, 2014
San Francisco landlords are trying to evict their tenants for reasons ranging from silly to illegal. One faced eviction for cooking late at night, while another faced eviction for having a service animal. Disabled tenants are allowed to have service animals, and it is illegal for landlords to evict disabled tenants for have service animals.
Report: SF Sees Spike in Evictions Based on Low-Fault Issues
by Jessica KwongSan Francisco Examiner
September 3rd, 2014
San Francisco's Eviction Defense Collaborative has issued it's second eviction report, and has found that landlords are attempting to evict tenants for reasons such as cooking late at night or having a legal service animal.
Surprise, Surprise: SF Falling Far Short on Affordable Housing for Low-Income Residents
by Heather KnightSan Francisco Chronicle
August 25th, 2014
The California Housing Partnership reports that San Francisco needs to construct more than 40,000 units for low-income residents.
October Trial Set for Challenge by Landlords to SF Eviction Law
by Bob EgelkoSan Francisco Chronicle
August 22nd, 2014
A landlord lawsuit against the increased relocation payments to tenants required under a new San Francisco ordinance will be heard in October.
Judge Denies Restraining Order in San Francisco Rent Case
by Joaquin PalominoReuters
August 22nd, 2014
A judge has refused to issue a restraining order that would put a hold on the San Francisco law requiring larger relocation payments to tenants evicted under the Ellis Act.
20 Tenants Protest Eviction from Mission Building Where Shady Manager and Landlord Were Scheming
SFist
August 21st, 2014
Tenants are protesting an eviction, claiming that the building manager has taken rent from tenants, but failed to forward it to the landlord. Some tenants have cancelled checks proving that they paid the rent.
Tenants Say Property Manager Stole Their Rent
by Joe Rivano BarrosMIssion Local
August 20th, 2014
Tenants are being evicted from their apartments for non-payment of rent even though they claim that the property manager stole their rent payments. Some tenants have canceled checks proving that they paid rent.
SF Tenants Rally for Support of Proposition G
by Jessica KwongSan Francisco Examiner
August 20th, 2014
Tenants rallied in support of Proposition G, the anti-speculation initiative on the November ballot.
San Francisco Democratic Party Decides on Endorsements for November Election
by Rebecca BoweSan Francisco Bay Guardian
August 14th, 2014
Tenants Together Executive Director Dean Preston asked the SF Democratic Party to support the anti-speculation initiative, Proposition G, on the November ballot.
$1,000 a Month for Tiny Room, Seedy Surroundings in the Mission
by Heather KnightSan Francisco Chronicle
August 5th, 2014
Low-income tenants in San Francisco are forced to endure overcrowding and health and safety violations to keep themselves in housing.
Protest to "Stop Illegal Tourist Conversions!"
by Ashley HeineBeyond Chron
July 30th, 2014
Tenants in San Francisco are protesting the conversion of rental housing to Airbnb tourist accommodation.
Campos Raises Stakes on Tenant Buyouts
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
July 30th, 2014
Supervisor David Campos has proposed legislation that would require landlords to provide more information to tenants who might sign buyout contracts.
Central City SRO Collaborative Battles More Than Bedbugs
by Mike KepkaSan Francisco Chronicle
July 27th, 2014
San Francisco's Central City SRO Collaborative helps tenants to enforce habitability laws in singe-room occupancy hotels.
San Francisco Landlords Sue to Stop 'Oppressive' Renter Relocation Payments
by Eric YoungSan Francisco Business Times
July 24th, 2014
The San Francisco Apartment Association and the Coalition for Better Housing are suing to stop legislation that increased relocation payments for tenants evicted as a result of the Ellis Act.
Landlords Challenge S.F.'s New Law on Evictions
by Bob EgelkoSan Francisco Chronicle
July 24th, 2014
Landlords are suing to stop a San Francisco ordinance that requires that tenants who are evicted through the Ellis Act be compensated by their landlords.
A 30-Year-Old Law is Creating a Crisis in San Francisco
by Joey CoscoBusiness Insider
July 22nd, 2014
The Ellis Act is reducing the supply of affordable housing in San Francisco.
Google Lawyer Turned Landlord Inflames City's Tech Clash
by Karen Gullo and Dan LevyBusiness Week
July 16th, 2014
Google lawyer Jack Halprin is evicting the rent-controlled tenants in his Mission District property.
Housing Activists Take Aim at Cow Hollow Company over Eviction of Long Time Elderly Tenant
by Jessica KwongSan Francisco Examiner
July 11th, 2014
Housing activists in San Francisco are protesting the Ellis Act eviction of a long-term tenant there.
A Face Behind San Francisco's Gentrification Problem
by Austin MeyerPeninsula Press
July 10th, 2014
A tenant who has lived in his apartment for 37 years is facing eviction under the Ellis Act.
Protesters Defend San Francisco Woman, 98, from Eviction
RT
July 10th, 2014
Tenant groups in San Francisco are protesting the eviction of a 98-year-old woman. The landlord is UGI, which has emptied several San Francisco properties using the Ellis Act.
San Francisco to Provide Right to Counsel for Tenants Facing Eviction
by David Campos and Jeff AdachiSan Francisco Bay Guardian
July 8th, 2014
San Francisco has allocated $1 million to provide lawyers for tenants facing eviction in the City. Tenants without legal representation often lose their cases and the eviction makes it difficult to obtain new housing.
Campos, Adachi and Tenant Advocates Seek Right to Legal Representation for Any Tenant Facing Eviction in San Francisco
San Francisco Bay View
June 30th, 2014
A proposal is being developed that would provide legal representation to tenants facing eviction. Many tenants cannot afford lawyers, and losing an unlawful detainer will bar tenants from most rental housing for many years.
Kim, Activists Seek SRO Elevator Fix
by Andrew SzetoBeyond Chron
June 24th, 2014
Low-income disabled and senior tenants can be trapped in their rooms when the building elevator breaks down.
Initiatives Aim to Build More Affordable Housing
by Coburn PalmerSF Bay
June 20th, 2014
Two initiatives seek to insure the development of more affordable housing in San Francisco.
Some Tenants Face Monthslong Waits for Rent Board Case Review
by Joshua SabatiniSan Francisco Examiner
June 19th, 2014
The increasing number of eviction attempts in San Francisco has caused a backlog for Rent Board hearings.
Tenants Win Argument, Lose Vote
by Andrew SzetoBeyond Chron
June 19th, 2014
Democrats in the State Assembly failed to support a bill that would protect tenants from eviction by speculators.
Assembly Democrats Put Ellis Reform on Life Support
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
June 19th, 2014
Ellis Act reform was defeated because Assembly Democrats did not support it.
State Lawmakers Reject San Francisco's Bid for Ellis Act Exemption
by Doug SovernCBS (San Francisco)
June 18th, 2014
Assembly Democrats failed to support Ellis Act reform.
Ellis Act Reform Bill Stalls at State Assembly Hearing
by Kate CongerSan Francisco Examiner
June 18th, 2014
Two Democrats stopped a bill that would protect tenants in San Francisco from eviction by real estate speculators.
Assembly Committee Rejects Ellis Act Bill
by Melody GutierrezSan Francisco Chronicle
June 18th, 2014
Legislation to protect rent-contolled tenants from real estate speculators failed to pass an Assembly committee. Two Democrats voted against the reform.
Anti-Speculation Tax, Rival Housing Balance Measures Head to SF Ballot
by Andrew SzetoBeyond Chron
June 18th, 2014
Three initiatives are proposed to address San Francisco's affordable housing crisis.
Tutors in the Fine Art of Eviction Under Fire in San Francisco
by Toshio MeronekTruthout
June 13th, 2014
San Francisco tenants are protesting the efforts of local eviction lawyers to teach others to evict tenants in the City.
SF Community Land Trust Stops Ellis Act Eviction
by Valerie ZekasBeyond Chron
June 13th, 2014
The San Francisco Land Trust has purchased a Mission District building to preserve the housing of 14 low-income tenants.
SF Mission District Tenants Turning Victorian Home into Co-op to Avoid Ellis Act Eviction
by Doug SovernCBS (San Francisco)
June 12th, 2014
The San Francisco Land Trust will protect the housing of 14 low-income tenants by purchasing the building in which they live.
Airbnb Blurs Lines Between Visitors, Tenants
by Carolyn SaidSan Francisco Chronicle
June 7th, 2014
A tenant who rented a room for almost three months may have been illegally evicted by her landlord.
Peak Evictions Came to San Francisco Back in the 1990s
by Kriston CappsThe Atlantic
June 4th, 2014
Landlords switched to evicting under the Ellis Act when the San Francisco Board of Supervisors tightened the "just cause" eviction rules to prevent landlords from abusing the just cause allowing for owner move-ins in the 1990s.
San Francisco Mayor Unveils $94 Million Affordable Housing Plan
by Madeleine ThomasReuters
June 2nd, 2014
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has proposed spending $94 million to maintain and develop affordable housing there.
State Senate Passes Ellis Act Restrictions for San Francisco
KQED
May 30th, 2014
The State Senate passed legislation to limit Ellis Act evictions in San Francisco.
Ellis Act Legislation by State Senator Mark Leno Passes Senate
by Barbara TaylorCBS San Francisco
May 30th, 2014
The State Senate passed legislation to limit Ellis Act evictions. The bill now goes to the Assembly.
Proposed Bill to Limit California Ellis Act Has New Life
by Mark MatthewsNBC Bay Area
May 30th, 2014
Legislation to limit eviction of tenants by speculators passed the State Legislature.
Ellis Act Reform Bill Passes in State Senate
by Kate CongerSan Francisco Examiner
May 30th, 2014
The State Senate passed Ellis Act reform legislation by a 21-13 vote. The legislation would require that landlords hold a property for five years before invoking the Ellis Act to "go out of business."
S.F. Ellis Act Reform Bill Passes in State Senate
by Melody GutierrezSan Francisco Chronicle
May 30th, 2014
The State Senate passed legislation reforming the Ellis Act to help protect tenants in San Francisco from eviction by speculators.
Affordable Housing Construction in Limbo
by Daniel HirschMIssion Local
May 28th, 2014
Construction of new affordable housing units is being held up by problems in deciding how to spend affordable housing money.
SF Mayor Counts Existing Homes to Hit Affordable Housing Goals
by Noah Arroyo and Josh WolfSan Francisco Public Press
May 13th, 2014
Of the 10,000 low-income units Mayor Ed Lee has promised to build, 6,000 of them are rehabilitated existing units that are already occupied.
SF Sues SRO Hotel Owners for Housing Violations
by Kate CongerSan Francisco Examiner
May 12th, 2014
San Francisco's City Attorney is suing two landlords for failing to maintain their properties and forcing tenants to move to new rooms within their properties to evade the provisions of the City's rent control and just cause eviction laws. Some of the properties receive transitional housing funds from the City.
Bill to Limit Ellis Act Evictions Moves to Senate Floor
by Kate CongerSan Francisco Examiner
May 7th, 2014
The bill to limit Ellis Act evictions now goes to the Senate floor.
Ellis Reform Bill Wins Big Victory in Senate Judiciary
by Andrew SzetoBeyond Chron
May 7th, 2014
A coalition of tenant, labor and tech groups supported reform of the Ellis Act, to prevent speculators from using the act to evict rent-controlled tenants in San Francisco.
S.F. Landlord Who Said 'Make $100,000 or Get Out' Changes Mind
by Will KaneSan Francisco Chronicle
May 5th, 2014
A San Francisco landlord who wanted to require that his tenants demonstrate that their incomes were $100,000 or more has rescinded the requirement. Such a demand would be a violation of San Francisco's rent control law for existing tenants.
Eviction Free San Francisco Joins Tenderloin Tenants in an Emergency Home Defense Rally
Bay Area Indy Media
May 1st, 2014
San Francisco tenant groups held an emergency rally in support of Section 8 tenants who face eviction by a new landlord who wants to end the Section 8 contracts.
San Francisco Labor, Tenant Group Hopes Lawsuit Slams Brakes on Google Buses
by Eric YoungSan Francisco Business Times
May 1st, 2014
A lawsuit seeks to stop San Francisco's decision to authorize private bus pickups at public bus stops.
S.F. City Attorney Sues 2 Landlords Over Short-Term Rentals
by Bob Egelko with Carolyn SaidSan Francisco Chronicle
April 24th, 2014
San Francisco's City Attorney is suing two landlords for illegally renting housing units as short-term rentals. One of the landlords allegedly used the Ellis Act to evict long-term tenants.
Supervisor David Campos Speeds Up Landlord Payouts for Evictions
by Marisa LagosSan Francisco Chronicle
April 16th, 2014
Landlords in San Francisco have been rushing to evict tenants under the Ellis Act before a law requiring larger relocation payments takes effect. The Board of Supervisors is responding by passing the legislation as an emergency measure.
Pilot Program in Castro to Allow More In-Law Units
by Marisa LagosSan Francisco Chronicle
April 15th, 2014
San Francisco is allowing the development of in-law units in one City neighborhood. The units would be rent-controlled if the building in which they are constructed is covered by the City's rent control law.
City Should Better Fund Eviction Defenses
by Tim Iglesias and Adrian TirtanadiSan Francisco Chronicle
April 15th, 2014
An editorial argues that the City should fund defense lawyers for tenants in eviction lawsuits. A tenant who loses an eviction case faces more life consequences than one who is convicted of a misdemeanor.
SF Airbnb Rules Would Pull Short-Term Rentals From Shadows
by Marisa Lagos with Carolyn SaidSan Francisco Chronicle
April 15th, 2014
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors will discuss proposed rules for short-term rentals to protect the rental housing stock and ensure that hotel taxes are paid on the rentals.
S.F. Landlords Offer Tenants Tempting Offers to Move Out
by Joe GarofoliSan Francisco Chronicle
April 13th, 2014
San Francisco landlords are offering their tenants money to leave their rent-controlled units. Even substantial sums, though, won't enable most tenants to pay for new housing in the City.
Protesters Block Google Bus, Plan March Against Evictions
Bay City News Service
April 11th, 2014
Protesters blocked Google buses picking up employees in San Francisco for the trek to Silicon Valley, claiming that the influx of tech workers is encouraging landlords to evict long-term tenants. One Google lawyer is using the Ellis Act to evict the tenants in a San Francisco building he recently purchased.
S.F. Board Delays Vote on Ellis Act Changes, Eviction Issues
by Marisa LagosSan Francisco Chronicle
April 3rd, 2014
San Francisco Supervisors agreed to postpone votes on tenants rights legislation for one week.
Report Claims Speculators are Behind Most Ellis Act Evictions in SF
by Jessica KwongSan Francisco Examiner
April 3rd, 2014
A report issued by Tenants Together and the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project shows that a majority of Ellis Act evictions are prosecuted by speculators who have owned the properties for a short period of time.
Eviction Protest Marches to Vanguard's Doors
by Daniel HirschMIssion Local
April 2nd, 2014
Tenants protested the Ellis Act eviction of a long-term senior renter from his apartment.
Momentum Builds for Ellis Act Reform
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
April 1st, 2014
Reform of the Ellis Act begins its journey in the State Legislature, but even a weak landlord response won't insure easy passage of the legislation.
How the Media Protected Leland Yee
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
March 31st, 2014
Leland Yee is the third pro-landlord Democrat to land in serious legal trouble. But Yee's ethical problems should have been obvious to anyone who was paying attention.
Mid-Market Landlord Files Mass Eviction Lawsuit Against Tenants
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
March 24th, 2014
The landlord of a Market Street building is attempting to evict tenants from his building even though he has no grounds to do so.
Mid-Market Landlord Files Mass Eviction Lawsuit Against Tenants
by Randy ShawBeyond Chron
March 24th, 2014
The landlord of a Market Street building is attempting to evict tenants from his building even though he has no grounds to do so.
Local Ellis Act Ordinance Gains Support from Supes
by David-Elijah NahmodBay Area Reporter
March 20th, 2014
The Board of Supervisors will discuss legislation that would require increased payments to tenants if a speculator uses the Ellis Act to evict them.
Airbnb Sublets in San Francisco Land Some Renters in the Doghouse
by Carolyn SaidSan Francisco Chronicle
March 18th, 2014
Landlords in San Francisco are particularly assiduous in attempting to evict rent-controlled tenants who rent their units on Airbnb. Legislation is being proposed to regulate Airbnb rentals, as many neighbors are concerned that Airbnb rentals will change the character of their neighborhoods.
SF Supes, Tenants Rally for Compensation for Ellis Act Evictees
ABC 7
March 17th, 2014
Legislation has been proposed that would require that landlords evicting under the Ellis Act pay more compensation to tenants who are evicted. Landlords would have to pay the difference between the controlled rent and market rent for an equivalent unit for two years.
Section 8 Tenants Among the Hardest Hit by SF Evictions
by Jessica KwongSan Francisco Examiner
March 11th, 2014
The San Francisco eviction crisis has made it very difficult for Section 8 tenants to find and keep housing.
The War Brewing in the Streets of San Francisco
by Joe KlocNewsweek
March 8th, 2014
A single company may be behind most of the Ellis Act evictions in San Francisco.
One-Third Rule Not Always Feasible in Bay Area Rental Market
by Kathleen PenderSan Francisco Chronicle
March 8th, 2014
Tenants in San Francisco must either have very high incomes or live with several roommates to avoid overpaying for rent.
Two California Bills Set Up Battle Over Condo Conversions
by Dan WaltersSacramento Bee
February 24th, 2014
The Sacramento Bee reports on the bills introduced in the State Legislature to limit Ellis Act evictions.
Two S.F. Lawmakers Push Bills to Slow Ellis Act Evictions
by John CoteSan Francisco Chronicle
February 24th, 2014
State Senator Mark Leno and Assemblymember Tom Ammiano have introduced bills to prevent speculators from evicting long-term tenants in San Francisco.
SF Lawmaker Introduces Bill Targeting Ellis Act Loopholes
by Jonah Owen LambSan Francisco Examiner
February 24th, 2014
State Senator Mark Leno has introduced legislation that would prevent real estate speculators from using the Ellis Act to evict long-term tenants.

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