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New York Passes a Bill to Ensure No One Loses Their Home for Calling the Police

New York Passes a Bill to Ensure No One Loses Their Home for Calling the Police

Sandra Park, Allie Bohm

In cities and towns across New York state—and around the country—you can be evicted just for calling for police or emergency assistance. Fortunately, that’s about to change in New York. The State Legislature recently passed a bill—unanimously in the Assembly and 58 to 1 in the Senate—to protect tenants from eviction based on their calls for help.

“To Protect And Serve*”

*as long as the margins are good…

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They protect the status quo and serve the 1%, as they always have.

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