The Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles launched a local “No on Prop. 10” campaign against Proposition 10, also called the Affordable Housing Act, which would repeal the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act. The group, which represents thousands of property owners, will send a weekly message “about the detrimental effects Proposition 10 will have on the availability of rental housing” to newspapers, websites and other media platforms.
“California’s already suffering from a housing crisis,” United Latinos Vote Executive Director Robert Apodaca said in a news release. “Prop 10 will further drive up the cost of housing, make California even more unaffordable for those living paycheck-to-paycheck. It also gives false hope to the working poor who find themselves with even fewer and more expensive housing options.”