New York City Rent Limits Left Intact by Supreme CourtGreg Stohr and Henry Goldman
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a challenge to New York City’s decades-old rent-stabilization system, leaving intact rules capping prices on almost a million units in one of the country’s most expensive cities.
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