CAA is urging state senators to reject a bill that would require rental housing owners to provide a disclosure in five different languages if they suspect a lease guarantor lacks English proficiency.

The proposal, SB 633 by Sen. Monique Limón, D-Santa Barbara, would require that non-English-speaking guarantors receive the notice in Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog, Vietnamese and Korean — the top five foreign languages spoken in California.

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