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WATCH: Agenda 2019: Rent Regulations & Affordable Housing


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This is part of AGENDA 2019, a joint Gotham Gazette-City Limits project
Find the rest of the series here

dg eg agendaAs part of Agenda 2019, Gotham Gazette and City Limits are partnering with Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) on a series of television shows. The first show is part of Agenda 2019 housing week: hosts Ben Max and Jarrett Murphy were joined by two leading non-profit advocates to discuss key elements of housing policy that will be on the agenda in the year ahead: Delsenia Glover, Executive Director of Tenants & Neighbors and Emily Goldstein, Director of Organizing and Advocacy at the Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development (ANHD). The four focused much of the discussion on state-level rent regulations that affect about 1 million New York City apartments and the de Blasio administration's affordable housing plan. Watch the full program below:

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