Prop. 10: Rent control measure fails

SAN DIEGO — A proposition that would have allowed cities to expand rent control measures failed.

With100 percent of precincts reporting, “No” votes had captured¬†61.7 percent as opposed to only 38.3 percent of voters who said “Yes.”

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Proposition 10 would have overturned a 23-year-old law limiting the use of rent control in California, allowing cities to enact rent control.

The prop would throw out a state law Costa-Hawkins Act that barred rent control on all housing built after February 1, 1995. It would give landlords the right to raise the rent to a market rate after a tenant moves out.

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