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Bill Would Require California Landlords To Accept Pets

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Merika Goolsby with her dogs Goldie (left) and Max in front of her home in Oakland on Feb. 15, 2024. (Martin do Nascimento/KQED)

Bill Would Help Renters With Pets

California landlords would be required to accept pets under first-of-its-kind legislation introduced this month. The bill by San Francisco Assemblymember Matt Haney would also ban property owners from asking about pets on applications, limit pet deposits, and prohibit “pet rent” — additional monthly fees for pets.
Reporter: Vanessa Rancaño, KQED

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