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A street near Lake Merritt in Oakland, with several apartment buildings all lined up next to one another. The sky is clear and near the apartment buildings, there are a couple palm trees.

Oakland's Eviction Moratorium Just Ended. What's Next for Renters and Landlords?

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Alameda County's Eviction Moratorium Ended Saturday. What's Next for Renters (and Landlords)?

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As Bay Area Eviction Moratoriums Expire, Local Lawmakers Scramble

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Newsom to End California's COVID State of Emergency in February

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More California Cities Are Outlawing Harassment by Landlords

A person in a raincoat and black mask covering nose and mouth stands in front of building holdings signs that say "Stop Evictions" and "Cancel Rent."

For Many Tenants, Section 8 Is a Broken Promise. Fixing It Could Keep More People Housed

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California Poised to Extend Eviction Protections — but You Must Apply for COVID Rent Relief by March 31

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COVID Rent Relief: What Renters and Owners Need to Know Ahead of March 31 Deadline

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The Landlord's Game: Who Has the Power to Evict?