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Good Cause Eviction May Be Inevitable
Aug. 21, 2023
Real Estate Lobby says there is no room to negotiate "Good Cause"
‘Communist’ group leading ‘good cause’ eviction debate in Albany
April 22, 2023
Billionaire financier George Soros has provided significant financial support to the Communist group Housing Justice For All. By Jon Levine, The New York Post
Housing policies to be omitted entirely from state budget as negotiations fail, sources say
April 20, 2023
By Nick Garber, Crane's New York
Hochul’s plan to overhaul NYC housing dead in budget talks along with ‘Good Cause’ eviction proposal
April 20, 2023
By Nolan Hicks and Zach Williams, The New York Post
Time for a NY housing deal that endures
April 14, 2023
Gov. Kathy Hochul and the State Legislature must develop a housing plan that is flexible and workable. By Editorial Board, Newsday
Business groups, chambers oppose 'good cause' eviction law in New York state
April 2, 2023
Good cause eviction is one of the protections that tenant advocates have for years argued are necessary to guarantee safe, affordable housing. But landlords and others say it would make it harder to own and manage properties. By Chelsea Diana
Housing and MTA funding remain Long Island issues in state budget talks
April 1, 2023
Two of the puzzle's biggest holes are inextricably linked and matter much to Long Island — housing and public transit. By The Editorial Board, Newsday
Many landlords who signed letter backing “good cause” would be exempt from it
March 31, 2023
Check of property records reveals endorsers with nothing at stake. By Suzannah Cavanaugh, The Real Deal Real Estate News
New York Lawmakers Could Pass the Nation's Strictest State-Level Rent Control Law by the End of the Week
March 30, 2023
A controversial "good cause" eviction bill that would cap rent increases could be included in a budget bill that must pass by April 1. By CHRISTIAN BRITSCHGI, Reason
Good cause eviction blasted by Chinese landlords, but backed by unions
March 29, 2023
Owners already struggling with nonpaying tenants take issue with progressives. By The Real Deal Real Estate News