California continues to constrain the rental housing market — to its detriment.

California lawmakers are implementing new "renters' rights" laws that are seen as burdensome for housing providers. The laws restrict landlords' ability to reclaim their property for personal use and limit security deposit amounts. Critics argue that these laws will discourage small landlords from renting out their properties and exacerbate the housing crisis. They believe that the focus should be on increasing the housing supply and reducing costs and risks for property owners.

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