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Legislation

Whether in city halls—or under the dome of the state Capitol—we tirelessly advocate for ethical members of the rental housing industry in all aspects of California government.

We are the primary resource for policymakers, who benefit from our insights when framing key decisions.  Our public affairs team includes policy analysts, lobbyists, communications specialists, and lawyers who doggedly defend our members’ interests.

Current Legislation/Bill tracking

CAA’s Government Affairs staff monitors all legislation introduced at the State Capitol that could impact the rental housing industry.

The Legislative Bill Chart details each bill CAA is following and includes the bill’s author, the current location and status of the bill, and CAA’s position on the legislation.

You can also follow the bills CAA is tracking in more detail through CAA’s Legislative Bill Tracking system.

A portion of your dues will be allocated to CAAPAC, CAA’s Political Action Committee or CAA’s Lobbying Fund. Neither portion is deductible for tax purposes. Also, in accordance with the “Revenue Reconciliation Act of 1993,” 19% of the remaining portion of your membership dues are allocable to non-deductible lobbying expenditures for the 2014 calendar year.

Education

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The 2022 Rental/Lease Agreements include the new mold booklet required by the State of California for all new tenants and updates requested by CAA members. This webinar provides a paragraph-by-paragraph…

“Can I raise the rent for my unit?” This simple question is one all landlords need to know the correct answer to. Unfortunately, there is not one answer as there…

This webinar will provide detailed informationabout how and when to bring your case forCOVID-19 Rental Debt to small claims court, theimpact of choosing small claims court insteadof pursuing an unlawful…

The COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act of 2020, commonly known as AB 3088, was passed by the California Legislature on Monday, August 31, 2020 and took effect immediately upon signature by…

In the News

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A bill that would have forced landlords to inform prospective tenants about the energy efficiency of units being offered for rent has failed to emerge from the Assembly Appropriations Committee,…