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The Massachusetts Legislature’s Joint Committee on Housing will maintain a digital listening to and take testimony on 20 controversial Landlord-Tenant payments on Tuesday, January 11, 2022 at 11 a.m. These payments embody a few of the most controversial and radical measures ever to succeed in Beacon Hill, together with a return to lease management, the Housing Stability Act, Simply Trigger Evictions, Hire Cancellation, and plenty of others.
Members of the general public can register to testify by filling out this FORM by 5 p.m. on Friday, January 7, 2022.
Regardless of the massive variety of controversial payments, testimony shall be restricted to 3 minutes per particular person, and the committee reserves the correct to name public officers out of flip.
The payments which shall be heard are the next (click on Invoice quantity for hyperlink to invoice textual content):
H.1374 — An act relative to senior and non-elderly disabled housing (Rep. Biele)
H.1378 — An Act enabling native choices for tenant protections (Rep. Connolly)
H.1380 — An act relative to capital reduction in a counterclaim (Rep. Coppinger)
H.1381 — An act relative to decreasing boundaries in housing (Rep. Coppinger)
H.1401 — An act relative to offer tenant possession in authorities assisted housing Rep. González)
H. 1429 — An act relative to using credit score reporting in housing (Rep. Malia)
H. 1440 — An act relative to the stabilization of rents and evictions in cities and cities going through misery within the housing market (Rep. Rogers)
H. 1443 — An act requiring discover to landlords referring to fuel or electrical shutoffs (Rep. Roy)
H. 3721 — An act relative to avoiding senior homelessness and sustaining senior housing-stabilization of rents (Rep. DuBois)
H.4057 — An Act facilitating native approval of condominium conversion ordinances (Rep. Connolly)
H.4148 — An Act canceling the lease and offering reduction to all impacted by the COVID-19 emergency (Rep. Connolly)
H.4208 — An Act authorizing town of Somerville to enact Proper to Buy Laws (Rep. Uyterhoeven)
H.4229 — An Act to revive Boston’s governmentally-involved housing safety (Rep. Elugardo)
S.863 — An Act relative to the disclosure of smoking inside a multi-residence constructing by lessor (Sen. Brownsberger)
S.866 — An Act relative to properties for all (Sen. Chang-Diaz)
S.869 — An Act relative to decreasing boundaries to housing (Sen. Crighton)
S.884 — An Act to scale back the monetary boundaries to renting properties (Sen. Eldridge)
S.886 — An Act enabling native choices for tenant protections (Sen. Gomez)
S.889 — An Act relative to the stabilization of rents and evictions in cities and cities going through misery within the housing market (Sen. Jehlen)
S.894 — An Act relative to using credit score reporting in housing (Sen. Lesser)
Please contact Luke O’Roark at [email protected] for questions or inquires or to submit written testimony.