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NYT: Supreme Court Turns Away Challenge to New York’s Rent Regulations

Landlords had argued that a rent-stabilization law that covers about a million units is an unconstitutional government taking of private property.
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TRD: End of the road: Supreme Court declines to take up challenge to New York’s rent law

Landlords are running out of options for relief
(Article here)

Gothamist: US Supreme Court rejects challenge to NY’s rent stabilization laws, but two cases linger

The U.S. Supreme Court is refusing to consider a challenge to New York’s rent stabilization laws that could have ended a cap on rent increases for a million apartments citywide. But two similar cases are still awaiting a decision by the justices.
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