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Housing providers and tenants opposed to California State Assembly Bill 828: an unfair and unconstitutional bill that, during the COVID-19 pandemic, reduces California rents by 25%, which housing providers are required to pay for out of pocket. Everyone can agree that those who have been laid off, furloughed and/or seen their income reduced due to COVID-19 should have the option of temporary rent reductions, but let our politicians know that the State of California should be bearing the financial burden of this and and not  "mom and pop" small property owners, many of whom are middle class and scraping by to pay their mortgage, property taxes, insurance and other maintenance costs in one of the most expensive states in the country. This pandemic has caused financial distress for everyone, not just tenants. If housing providers are unable to make payments due to this mandatory rent reduction, foreclosures in the state will skyrocket and cause additional housing distress in an already volatile housing market.

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