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Local, state reps agree: Rent stabilization is both necessary and popular with voters

'Even working families can’t keep up with rising rent'

A for-rent sign hangs outside a rental property on E Street in Bellingham in January 2023. Citizens seeking to control escalating Bellingham rents should coalesce behind state and local leaders to pass statewide rent stabilization legislation, says CDN guest writer Kerri Burnside. (Trenton Almgren-Davis/Cascadia Daily News)
By Kerri Burnside Guest Writer
The Bellingham City Council is following the lead taken by our Whatcom County Council in endorsing n
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