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News » TU News » 5 Apr 18

Board Secretary Liz Dupee on KUOW discussing the ruling against Seattle’s First-in-Time Rental Law

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“In January 2017, Seattle implemented a law saying that landlords were required to rent their units to the first qualified applicant. The law was the first of its kind in the nation, and designed to fight bias and discrimination. As of yesterday, that law has been struck down. Liz Dupee of the Tenants Union of Washington State and Chris Benis of the Rental Housing Association of Washington joined Bill Radke to discuss the law’s intention and consequences.”

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