A bill that would have weakened the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act has died for the year after failing to receive a single committee hearing in the state Assembly.

The California Apartment Association opposed the bill, AB 1791 by Assemblyman Adrin Nazarian, D-North Hollywood, which would have authorized cities and counties to cap rent increases on single-family rentals, regardless of their age, if owned by corporations with 10 rental units or more and with a specified gross income. 

Assemblyman Adin Nazarian

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