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California / Rent Control Issue #54810

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 20, 1978
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(Studio) War on landlords in California, home of Prop. 13, reported

(Los Angeles, California) Renters' demands for limits on rent increases in wake of Prop. 13 property tax cut measure detailed. Mtg. of Gov Jerry Brown and Howard Jarvis with landlord orgs. representatives reported [BROWN - describes pressure that will be brought against landlords in state to keep rents at pre-Prop. 13 levels and says legislature is next step if increases continue.] [California Hsing. Council spokesperson Howard RUBY - says Brown's involvement in situation is probably only way to avoid legislature]
REPORTER: Tom Schell

Reporter(s):
Schell, Tom
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00:01:40

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