One Bay Area City Preps for More Rent Control; Aaand...It's Berkeley

10 min
A rent-controlled apartment complex at 3100 College Ave. in Berkeley. (Melati Citrawireja/KQED)

California voters are going to make the biggest rent control decision ever in November. If Proposition 10 is approved, it would repeal a law known as Costa Hawkins and effectively give cities more control over rent control ordinances within their borders. Berkeley officials already decided last week what their rules would look like in case Prop. 10 does pass.

Guest: Guy Marzorati, KQED political reporter

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