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In the Newcastle City Council meeting on September 20, 2022, following a long period of testimony and discussion, the City Council voted not to...

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As the day of the general election quickly approaches, lets take a quick look back to the last two years of legislative changes. For those who do...

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Ordinance No. 2986, effective October 6, 2022 creates additional housing provider restrictions in the City of Issaquah, including: Extended Rent...

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The recommendations from A Regional Coalition for Housing (ARCH) continue to be a major topic of discussion among King County cities. Redmond and...

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As RHAWA’s Grassroots Organizer, I am consistently interacting with our membership to get a better idea of how RHAWA can assist them in...

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As I sift through the mountain of data that I collect every 6 months, I look for trends that have developed or any outlying numbers that catch my...

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Since the ARCH letter in April, several King County cities have been discussing and moving to pass the regulations recommended in the letter....

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As of writing this, primary election day has passed. While we have yet to get the certified results, which will be done on August 16, lets take a...

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As many of you are aware, the 2022 election is critical to the future of housing. Every House of Representative and half the Senate seats are up for...

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As many of our members are aware, Representative Andrew Barkis is a champion for rental housing providers in Olympia. To show our gratitude, we...

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The Seattle City Council met on July 5 to vote once again on CB 120325 that would've required housing providers to disclose vacancy status and rent...

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The COVID emergency resulted in some of the most damaging rental housing policy proposals in recent memory. At times it has seemed like the tsunami...

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