A California Apartment Association-led business coalition this week defeated a pair of rent control ordinances proposed for the city of Anaheim.
Early Wednesday, after meeting for more than 12 hours, the council rejected both measures on a 5-2 vote.
The ordinances threatened to cap rent increases at 5% plus the rate of inflation for at least six months, time the city would have used researching permanent rent control policies.
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