June 4, 2024

Hahn Issues Statement on Rent Stabilization Ordinance Vote

Los Angeles, CA – Today, Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn voted against a motion to change the County’s existing rent stabilization ordinance. Instead, Hahn favored moving forward with the previously announced plan to limit rent increases to 4.275% this coming year. The motion passed 3-2.

Hahn issued the following statement regarding her vote:

“LA County has a strong rent control policy in place—and I think it’s important for renters and landlords alike to be able to count on consistency in that policy. That is why I voted to keep our current policy in place and limit rent increases to 4.275% this coming year in unincorporated LA County. Not only do I believe that protects renters and allows landlords to cope with rising costs, it was also the recommendation of our Director of Consumer and Business Affairs.”

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