Pixabay.comA new pilot program is designed to cover the bills that often come before it’s even time to hand over the first rent payment. ■ By Jon Coupal / Contributed This November, Californians will see several taxpayer threats on the ballot, not the least of which is Proposition 10, titled “Local Rent Control Initiative.” This measure would open the floodgates to big government bureaucracies, burdensome regulations and a loss of property rights. The word must be getting out, because a poll released last week by the Public Policy Institute of California shows Proposition 10 lagging. Proposition 10 would repeal the 1995 Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act, a law that was enacted after
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