Governor signs short-term extension of COVID-19 eviction moratorium
Gov. Gavin Newsom has approved a three-month extension of California’s COVID-19 eviction moratorium. Newsom signed AB 832 shortly after the bill passed the Assembly on a 65 to 9 vote and the Senate on a 34 to 0 vote.
The application process for the State of California’s Rental Assistance Payment Program opened
Did you miss CAA’s webinar on AB 832, the California legislation that extended the statewide eviction moratorium through September? Don’t fret. It’s available on demand.
California’s latest proposal for fair housing regulations includes improvements secured by the California Apartment Association, but also a couple items of concern.
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